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Old June 17, 2013   #1
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Default This year's basil

In years past, I have grown up to 18 varieties for comparison. This year we limited it to 5, but I never grow tired of smelling and sampling the goods.





Purple lettuce leaf is particularly attractive.

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Old June 17, 2013   #2
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Pesto time!!!

i've noticed the purple basil pretty much turns green when worked with. i was hoping for purple pesto but it just didnt happen
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Aww man, shame it doesn't hold it's color. It would be a neat way to get kids to eat pesto if they're picky about eating something green, just give 'em something purple!
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