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I wanted to make this thread to help me keep track of and document my basil plants.

Hopefully it can be helpful to others also!
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These cinnamon basil plants germinated well and are growing fast!

They are planted with a few other plants, some on purpose and some not, but it works out well to have lots of different things growing together!
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Young cinnamon basil and other plants
Young cinnamon basil and other plants
 
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These cinnamon basil plants are growing among leafy greens, cucumbers, and goldenrod at the back!
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Cinnamon basil polyculture
Cinnamon basil polyculture
 
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The cinnamon basil are fighting for their place in the polyculture and looking really healthy!
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Cinnamon basil growing in a thick polyculture with other plants
Cinnamon basil growing in a thick polyculture with other plants
 
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