Lamiaceae (including Verbenaceae) Fortnight : Lamiaceae : Ocimum basilicum : Muscat : 14MAY15 : AK-22 : 22/24 : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1)
A cultivated, garden plant.
this not ocimum basilicum
Thanks for your feedback. Would like to know the correct id.
It is true infl. is different, but my experience shows in the cultivated plants, after frequent pruning the branching changes in many species including in Ocimum. Possibility of that change in this also.
But i grow basil and tulsi several types and all thru the summer pisk them
inflorescence may be shorter but never does it become globose and change from white flowers to pink-mauvish …
not the way it goes
white withers to brown but never mauve/pink
drastic … and this case is mixed with rat rani
wonder what was planted?
Ocimum basilicum L. ??