Thai basil needs well-draining, loamy, rich soil to thrive. Work in some well-rotted compost before you plant.
Thai Basil prefers full sun, at least six hours or more of direct sunlight each day. It can survive in partial sun, but the herb may grow leggier and produce fewer leaves in lower light conditions. Thai Basil does best when the soil stays consistently moist, too little and the leaves will turn yellow, and the plant will look all droopy and sad.
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