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Growing Basil from Cuttings

I have fresh basil up until almost December. I live in the northeast and the garden will soon be going to bed. In mid September, I take cuttings from basil plants and put them in a clear glass dish such as a bread loaf pan.

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I fill it with water and cover with aluminum foil. Punch holes in the foil and put your basil cuttings in the holes. Place in a sunny window and soon the cuttings will root. Plant them in pots or I use one long plastic window box. Keep in a sunny window and soon it will grow into a new plant.

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