Genovese

Rate this product:

Quick Facts:

    • Very best Italian pesto variety
    • Shiny, large, almond-shaped leaves
    • Stores well frozen in ice cube trays
    • Pinch growing tips for a bushier plant
    • Grows to 60cm (24") tall

Genovese

Rate this product:

Description:

Genovese basil seeds are the very best Italian pesto variety of basil. This is the traditional Italian heirloom variety of basil. It has shiny, large, almond-shaped leaves have a more pronounced flavour, and stores well if chopped and frozen in ice cube trays. Pinch growing tips for bushier plants that grow to 60cm (24") tall. Basil is a heat loving tender annual plant that requires good drainage and ample moisture during hot weather. If flowers develop, either save save the resulting seeds or separate them from the plants and sprinkle over pasta or salads. Basil flowers are highly attractive to honeybees and other wild pollinators.

Basil can be planted as a companion to tomato plants. It is said that basil improves the flavour of tomatoes.

Size: SKU: Price: Availability: Quantity: Total:
1g (approx. 530 seeds) HR1014A $3.19 Order Now For Approx: Sep 15, 2020 Shipping $0.00
5g (approx. 2650 seeds) HR1014B $4.59 Unavailable Notify me when in stock
25g (approx. 13250 seeds) HR1014C $6.49 Unavailable Notify me when in stock
125g (approx. 66250 seeds) HR1014D $10.99 Unavailable Notify me when in stock
500g (approx. 265000 seeds) HR1014E $29.99 Unavailable Notify me when in stock
5kg (approx. 2650000 seeds) HR1014F $199.99 Unavailable Notify me when in stock
11.35kg (approx. 6015500 seeds) HR1014S $349.99 Unavailable Notify me when in stock
$0.00

Quick Facts:

    • Very best Italian pesto variety
    • Shiny, large, almond-shaped leaves
    • Stores well frozen in ice cube trays
    • Pinch growing tips for a bushier plant
    • Grows to 60cm (24") tall

How To Grow

Planting basil from seed is truly enjoyable. Seeds germinate slowly, a bit faster when heated from below, and basil enjoys hot weather and full sun. Be sure to try Thai basil, holy basil, and red rubin basil — each variety has its own characteristics. Follow along with this handy How to Grow Basil from Seed Guide  and grow some flavour.!