Botanical name: Ocimum basilicum
Widely used in Southeast Asian cuisine, featuring the unmistakable spicy, anise/licorice-like flavour.
Thai Basil is a mucilaginous seed, meaning that it develops a jelly-like coating when it gets wet. Mist more frequently to keep the coating moist. Grows very well hydroponically and does better in well-lit conditions
Plant in trays as microgreen or on the underside of terra cotta pots.
Basil generally grows a little more slowly than other micros.
Grow times 10-21 days . The flavor of micro basil is a bit more intense than adult basil.