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Basil Mrs Burns Lemon

seeds Mrs. Burns lemon basil is an heirloom cultivar of Ocimum basilicum sweet basil from New Mexico in the United States. The lemon flavor is more intense, the leaves are larger, and the plant itself is more robust than regular lemon basil.
Basil Mrs Burns Lemon

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Seeds Ocimum basilicum var. citriodora Mrs. Burns lemon basil is an heirloom cultivar of Ocimum basilicum sweet basil from New Mexico in the United States. The lemon flavor is more intense, the leaves are larger, and the plant itself is more robust than regular lemon basil. Zones 4-8



Bay Laurel shrub

Bay laurel is a pyramid-shaped tree or large shrub with aromatic, evergreen leaves and shiny gray bark. It can reach 60' in height in its native range, but generally is much smaller (4-10' tall) in culture. The leaves are 3-4 long, thick and leathery, and shiny dark green. Clusters of small yellow flowers are produced in spring, followed, on the female plants, by shiny black or purple berries. Bay laurel is native to the southern Mediterranean region. Bay laurel grows best in partial shade. Water when dry. Bay laurel thrives with frequent watering in rich, well-drained soil. Hardiness USDA Zones 8 - 10. Please visit my Gallery.
Bay Laurel shrub

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Starter plant 3-6" Bay laurel a pyramid-shaped tree or large shrub with aromatic, evergreen leaves and shiny gray bark. It can reach 60' in height in its native range, but generally is much smaller 4-10' tall in culture. The leaves are 3 to 4 long, thick and leathery, and shiny dark green. Clusters of small yellow flowers are produced in spring, followed, on the female plants, by shiny black or purple berries. Bay laurel is native to the southern Mediterranean region. Bay laurel grows best in partial shade. Water when dry. Bay laurel thrives with frequent watering in rich, well-drained soil. Hardiness USDA Zones 8 - 10.



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