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Basil, Wild

Clinopodium vulgare
Product Code: 130JP1075A
This is a straggling branched grey-green, perennial plant with square erect shoots growing from creeping rooting stems. The upper oblong leaves grow pale purple flowers. Wild Basil is a sun loving plant that grows well in dry hedgerows and waste lands.
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