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Ocimum Red Rubin (Basil herb)

Ocimum basilicum Red Rubin - An ornamental herb producing flower spikes adorned with white and purple flowers in mid summer; flavorful deep purple-red leaves; great for mixed containers, herb gardens, and annual beds. It is an annual herb that is typically grown for its edible qualities, although it does have ornamental merits as well. The fragrant oval deep purple leaves with hints of dark red are usually harvested from early summer to early fall. The leaves have a pleasant taste. Family: Lamiaceae  

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Author : Rock Giguère
Photo # : 33361
Online since: July 28th 2019

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