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Basil can't be faulted for flavour
Wide range of varieties offer a huge choice of tastes, so get planting
Most popular: Flowering sweet
basil is only one of many varieties.
While sweet basil
tends to be the most
form in our
gardens, there are
many varieties worth growing,
each with their own unique
flavour. And as warm-season
plants, now is a good time to get
Cinnamon basil has a distinctive
cinnamon taste. It has olive-green
leaves with a hint of purple.
Hailing from Mexico, it is often
used in spicy dishes, as well as
bean and pulse dishes, and salad
Lettuce basil is very strong
flavoured with large, crinkly
leaves (up to 10cm long x 8cm wide)
which look like small lettuce
leaves. It's great for pesto, chopped
in fresh salads and pasta sauces.
Corsican basil is an heirloom from
the Mediterranean with green and
purple leaves. It has a mild flavour,
with makes it ideal for fresh green
salads, or even fruit salads and
other desserts. ''Dark Opal'' has
stunning red-purple foliage that is
equally useful in the garden as it is
in the kitchen. ''Red Rubin'' is
another stunner, with its deep
purple-bronze foliage. It has an
intense spicy flavour, enticing
market gardeners to grow it
Thai basil carries sweet anise
overtones and is used extensively
in Vietnamese and Thai cuisine. It
is sweeter in taste than sweet basil
and has a peppery fragrance with
distinctive anise notes. This
variety is attractive in the garden,
with green leaves at the base and
light purple ones near the top. It
also has handsome red stems.
Holy basil, also called Tulsi or
sacred basil, is highly revered in
India and grown around temples. It
was once used to swear oaths on in
court and was used as a
disinfectant against malaria.
Holy basil is spicy rather than
sweet, with notes of cloves and
musk and a hint of mint and
camphor. If a recipe calls for holy
basil and you don't have it, you can
substitute with sweet basil and
Holy basil is often used in stir-fries
and noodle dishes with chicken or
seafood. Used raw, it's slightly
bitter, but cooking brings out its
Lemon basil hails from Indonesia,
though it's often found in Thai,
Laotian and Middle Eastern dishes
as well as Indonesian.
It's perfect for chicken and seafood
dishes, as well as soups, green
salads and vinaigrettes.
Basil seeds may be sown directly in
the ground in a warm, sunny spot,
or sown in trays for transplanting
later. Basil is light-sensitive, so
when sowing, barely cover the
seeds with soil.
When planting seedlings, plant
deeply -- up to their first set of
leaves -- to encourage good root
As the plants grow, pinch off the
growing tips to encourage
branching and more leaves.
If your plants grow scraggly and
stop producing, cut them back by
about a third and feed with liquid
fertiliser to stimulate new growth.
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