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Basil-Lime Herb Plant

Basil-Lime Herb Plant
Basil-Lime Herb Plant
The 'Basil Lime' Herb Plant is a unique flavor combination of basil with a twist of lime! Snipped leaves are a lovely addition to marinades, vinegars or jellies, as well as chopped for use with grilled fish, salads, pasta, and poultry dishes. Perfumed leaves grow on stalks up to 1 foot tall, with light green leaves on compact mounding plants. Like all herbs, Lime Basil likes full sun and well-drained soil, but it does well growing in the garden or in containers, and can overwinter indoors.
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Product Details

Basil-Lime Herb Plant Care and Growing Information

  • Plant Spacing: 6-12 inches
  • Row Spacing: 2-3 feet
  • Sunlight required: Minimum 4 hours; midday sun is best.
  • Days to Harvest: 65
  • Ideal pH Level 5.5-6.5
  • Hardiness Zone: 10

All of our 'Basil Lime' Herb Plants are grown and shipped in fine quality growing medium and are guaranteed to arrive alive and ready to plant.

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Lime Basil-Lime Skittles!

"Lime Basil-Lime Skittles!"

Dallas H on 4/11/2014 3:56:10 PM

Comment: That was my first thought when I smelled this plant. The kids all love to brush their hands through it and then run around sniffing their fingers. I can't wait to try it with some fish!

Basil lime

"Basil lime"

Jill T on 7/6/2012 11:50:34 AM

Comment: Yum! This herb is really pretty with small long delicate leaves and tastes wonderful as another green in salads. I planted it in a pot on my patio and will bring it inside to over-winter in Colorado.

Very Satisfied

"Very Satisfied"

Virginia R on 6/30/2012 5:58:27 PM

Comment: This is the second year I have purchased herb plants from Garden Harvest Supply and it will not be my last. The packaging is meticulous (individual partitions for each plant). The plants were considerably healthier and larger than those I previously purchased online from a large Home Improvement Store. The plants are thriving in containers on my balcony.