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'Everleaf' Basil
Description: Ocimum basilicum. Open-pollinated. Compact, columnar plant produces 2 to 3 inch long, glossy and cupped leaves. Slower to flower than other varieties by up to 8 weeks. Bred for season-long performance and continual harvesting. Best for leaf/tip harvest. Harvesting for bunches is not recommended as compact growth makes bunching difficult. Good for garden or containers. Disease resistant variety. Some resistance to Fusarium wilt and downy mildew. About 30 to 74 days to maturity. Also known as Everleaf Genovese.
Days To Maturity: 30-74
Seed Sources: Johnny's Selected Seeds - updated in 2018

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