Willsow Plantable Book - The Basil Who Built Bridges
Basil’s part of an intrepid crime-fighting trio. But when someone needs his help, this heroic herb steps up on his own to save the day.
Willsow's delightful story for youngsters is printed on paper containing real basil seeds. You can have lots of fun reading the story and then growing your own basil together.
- Overall dimensions: 18.5cm x 13.5cm x 0.4cm
- Approximately 500 basil seeds per book
- Paper made from post-consumer waste, recycled waste
- Binding hand-stitched with 100% natural cotton
- Vegetable-based inks
- Non-genetically modified seeds
- Made in Leicester, England
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When you're ready, it’s simple to grow your seeds. Place a page on the surface of well-raked soil. Add a sprinkling of fine soil or compost over the top and give the area a good drink every day. For best results, make sure the seeds get plenty of sunshine. If you haven’t got access to a garden, Willsow seed paper can be planted indoors in pots, as long as there's plenty of daylight and water.
Each book contains detailed growing instructions.
For best germination results, seed books should be planted within 2 years. They will still grow beyond that but germination rates will decline. Store the book in a cool, dry place to preserve the seeds for as long as possible. It's best not to hang around and get planting as soon as possible. Spring is generally a good time.