Now you can grow Tulsi too. Tulsi can be used as a culinary spice or as tea. May people grow it in pots in their homes. It makes a wonderful pollinator plant. You can make vinegars, infused honey, glycerites or tinctures with the fresh leaves. It dries wonderfully for tea throughout winter.
This listing is for one packet of Tulsi (Ocimum tenuiflorum) seed.
The seed comes from our garden in the pristine mountains in the South Toe Valley of Western North Carolina.
We are not certified organic, but use organic and biodynamic methods in our garden.
The seeds were harvested in the fall of 2018!
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