There are more than 25 kinds of basil, from wide-leaf sweet basil (most common) to lemon basil to purple opal basil with leaves of a dark maroon-purple.

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Small leaves, big benefits.

Usually just a flavor-add, seasoning kind of leaf, basil is surprisingly good for you. An excellent source of vitamins K, A and C as well as manganese, iron, calcium, magnesium and omega-3 fatty acids. Everyone should eat more of it.

Covering all our basil bases.

Basil can be planted outdoors in every single Georgia county after the last frost (usually near the end of April). The growing season lasts between six and eight months, depending on the weather.

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