Sweet Thai Basil leaves have a aniseed or liquorice flavour over a basil flavour and is used in curries, stir-fries, beef, pork and chicken dishes. Use whole leaves in a salad.
Medicinally for relaxation when bruised leaves are applied under eyes and forehead. Aromatherapy for inhaling relaxation.
- Height 45cm
- Attractive Pink flower clusters and purple stems
- Place on a sunny windowsill or in a sheltered sunny garden
- Fertile moist but well drained soil
- Remove flower buds to encourage fresh young leaves and maintain flavour. Water from underneath.