Basil Lettuce Leaf originated in Japan and is notable, as the name suggests, for its enormous leaf size, giving the basil devotee more than ample amounts of the sweet herb. The leaves are a brilliant green and crinkled and look much like lettuce leaves.
Basil Lettuce Leaf loves hot temperatures and needs consistently moist, rich soil. Basil Lettuce Leaf should be planted in an area of full sun with at least 6-8 hours per day.
A prolific producer of foliage; to keep the foliage coming, pinch off the blooms and use them in salads or as a garnish. Basil Lettuce Leaf is also slower to bolt than other types of basil, which gives the grower a longer harvest season.
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