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No.There is no water, CO2 or nutrients for it. Also, it is too hot and too cold at intervals. It doesn't have a hope of surviving!
Yes it can,just water some cotton,let it drip out,put a cotton about 2-3 cm inside a plastic see trough cup,put the basil seeds on top,don't cover it,put 1-2 seeds and cov…er it with kitchen plastic,and in about 8 days it will start growing
2 days to germinate 25 days for a seedling
A Mediterranean is best for growing basil because basil grows better in warm areas and is very sensitive to the cold. It originated in India which is in the East. India is ver…y warm and very good for growing basil.
In your own garden
no but if it produced some seeds they might germinate
Soil, water, and sun.
Depending on the variety basil can grow as high as 24". Some dwarf varieties only grow to a few inches in height. It's important to keep the blooms picked to prevent the… plant from being stunted. http://www.fivecedars.com/herbs.htm
Basil takes about 1-2 months to grow.
ha ha boom boom i am not a plant im a fox ha ha boom boom not very long
anytime of the year. i find it grows better indoors, as long as you care for it and water it. outside, grow it in spring when its not too hot or cold
If you are asking this question you are poor loser. Just grow stuff regularly not using a hydroponic system well cya
Basil likes a moist, semi fertile, tilled soil. Garden compost works well when planting out doors mix in with your regular garden soil. If you don't have access to compost a s…low acting vegetable granular fertilizer works well like Osmocote Vegetable and Bedding Slow Release Food 14-14-14 (nitrogen - phosphorus - potassium). Over fertilizing Basil will cause excessive foliage and reduce the flavor. Basil is a light feeder once when planted and about 1 inch of water a week should be good.
Five or more hours of sunlight each day.