Beautiful bunch of basil from backyard. I am so lazy to make them for pesto since no one in the house know to eat them. So I tied them up into a bunch of leaves and let them sit in the kitchen to purify the air.
If you are looking for Basil for your western cooking in pasta, pesto, soup or pizza in Penang, you are welcome to leave a message, pm me in facebook or firstname.lastname@example.org. They grow pretty fast, I harvest them every 2 weeks. So it's kinda wasted to throw them away~
I brought the seed in Australia before I came back to Malaysia, hoping they will grow well by luck. They turn up growing well in a hot tropical area surprisingly. It is not nessecary to grow basil from seeds. Don't throw the stem when you bought this from supermarket, you can replant it using the stem and insert it in a pot. Isn't it easy?
So cute and pretty little art work which is edible to put in your pasta, soup, pizza and sauces for seasoning.
Not flowers but bunch of leaves