Sweet Basil flourishes in the Maymont Herb Garden

July 21, 2010 at 11:19 am 3 comments

Several varieties of basil are grown in the Herb Garden at Maymont.  Sweet Basil is a culinary herb used in many Italian recipes.  Members of the Old Dominion Herb Society help maintain the herb garden by stopping by to water when needed.


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