Home grown Italian Genovese basil for sale

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Home grown Italian Genovese basil for sale

Post by Patcan » Sun Jan 21, 2018 2:00 pm

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Have been growing and supplying restaurants (larry's and Il Fornos) for years....most plants 15-25 inches....7 for 5$ and 15 for 10$.....Free delivery to the riverside area after 5:30 pm.
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Re: Home grown Italian Genovese basil for sale

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Re: Home grown Italian Genovese basil for sale

Post by Patcan » Sat Jan 27, 2018 10:45 am

Still have 20 Italian basil plantsImageImage for sale.
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Still have plenty of basil:ImageImageImageImage
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Re: Home grown Italian Genovese basil for sale

Post by Patcan » Fri Jul 27, 2018 10:23 am

New crop ready by Thursday, 2nd August...9 or 10 Italian basil plants for 5$....Free delivery to Phnom Penh riverside area. thanks.
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Re: Home grown Italian Genovese basil for sale

Post by StroppyChops » Fri Jul 27, 2018 12:22 pm

Is that what is otherwise called sweet basil, Patcan?
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StroppyChops wrote:
Fri Jul 27, 2018 12:22 pm
Is that what is otherwise called sweet basil, Patcan?
Sweet Basil

Sweet basil (Ocimum basilicum) is the most familiar basil, and the most widely grown in the United States. It is considered the basic basil. Medium-green, smooth, shiny leaves have a soft appearance. Characterized as Mediterranean or European-type basil, the taste is sweet, floral and delicate, with slightly minty notes, an anise-like aroma and clove-like undertones. Use leaves fresh or dried.

Genovese Basil

"Genovese" basil (Ocimum basilicum "Genovese") is a variety of sweet basil that originated in Italy. This specialized European strain has less of a tendency to become bitter after long, slow periods of cooking. The plant is also less likely to bolt, meaning it is less likely to flower quickly in hot weather. Flowering stops the vegetative growth of the basil plant. "Genovese" has a reputation for making the best pesto, as well as the best "insalata caprese," which is dish consisting of tomato slices topped with mozzarella cheese and fresh basil leaves. Leaves are large, bright green and crinkled.
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Re: Home grown Italian Genovese basil for sale

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Username Taken wrote:
Fri Jul 27, 2018 12:59 pm
StroppyChops wrote:
Fri Jul 27, 2018 12:22 pm
Is that what is otherwise called sweet basil, Patcan?
Sweet Basil

Sweet basil (Ocimum basilicum) is the most familiar basil, and the most widely grown in the United States. It is considered the basic basil. Medium-green, smooth, shiny leaves have a soft appearance. Characterized as Mediterranean or European-type basil, the taste is sweet, floral and delicate, with slightly minty notes, an anise-like aroma and clove-like undertones. Use leaves fresh or dried.

Genovese Basil

"Genovese" basil (Ocimum basilicum "Genovese") is a variety of sweet basil that originated in Italy. This specialized European strain has less of a tendency to become bitter after long, slow periods of cooking. The plant is also less likely to bolt, meaning it is less likely to flower quickly in hot weather. Flowering stops the vegetative growth of the basil plant. "Genovese" has a reputation for making the best pesto, as well as the best "insalata caprese," which is dish consisting of tomato slices topped with mozzarella cheese and fresh basil leaves. Leaves are large, bright green and crinkled.
https://homeguides.sfgate.com/differenc ... 86591.html
Thanks mate - if I get some, do you want in?
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StroppyChops wrote:
Fri Jul 27, 2018 1:09 pm
Username Taken wrote:
Fri Jul 27, 2018 12:59 pm
StroppyChops wrote:
Fri Jul 27, 2018 12:22 pm
Is that what is otherwise called sweet basil, Patcan?
Sweet Basil

Sweet basil (Ocimum basilicum) is the most familiar basil, and the most widely grown in the United States. It is considered the basic basil. Medium-green, smooth, shiny leaves have a soft appearance. Characterized as Mediterranean or European-type basil, the taste is sweet, floral and delicate, with slightly minty notes, an anise-like aroma and clove-like undertones. Use leaves fresh or dried.

Genovese Basil

"Genovese" basil (Ocimum basilicum "Genovese") is a variety of sweet basil that originated in Italy. This specialized European strain has less of a tendency to become bitter after long, slow periods of cooking. The plant is also less likely to bolt, meaning it is less likely to flower quickly in hot weather. Flowering stops the vegetative growth of the basil plant. "Genovese" has a reputation for making the best pesto, as well as the best "insalata caprese," which is dish consisting of tomato slices topped with mozzarella cheese and fresh basil leaves. Leaves are large, bright green and crinkled.
https://homeguides.sfgate.com/differenc ... 86591.html
Thanks mate - if I get some, do you want in?
I think we tried this once before. But, yeah ok.
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Re: Home grown Italian Genovese basil for sale

Post by StroppyChops » Fri Jul 27, 2018 1:13 pm

Patcan wrote:
Sun Jan 21, 2018 2:00 pm
Have been growing and supplying restaurants (larry's and Il Fornos) for years....most plants 15-25 inches....7 for 5$ and 15 for 10$.....Free delivery to the riverside area after 5:30 pm.
Patcan, would you consider free delivery to Boeung Tompun if two of us order 7 plants each?

Anyone else in BT or TTP interested, by the way?

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