Bold, fresh, organic herbs straight from the living plant. Soli Organic Living herb plants are grown in organic soil for the best flavor. Keep them watered on your kitchen counter, clip as needed, and liven up any meal.
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How long will my plant last indoors?
Our living herb plants are intended to be kept indoors. With a little care you can expect your plant to last in its original pot for 2-3 weeks.
Can I replant my living herb plant outside?
Our plants are intended to be kept indoors and used within 2-3 weeks of purchase. However, many customers have successfully transplanted them outdoors. The specifics will vary, depending on the herb and your location, but here is an overview:
Herbs like full sun (6+ hours), and they will need some supplemental watering when the weather is hot and dry. In hot climates tender herbs will appreciate a bit of afternoon shade.
The best time of year to transplant herbs outdoors is in the spring once temperatures are above freezing. Basil and Thai Basil are very sensitive to cold and should be planted later. Wait until low temperatures are at least 50˚F before planting Basil outdoors.
Why did my Basil turn black?
When Basil turns black, it usually means it got too cold. You should NEVER store fresh Basil of any kind, whether it’s a living plant or packaged herbs, in the refrigerator.
If your living plant has just a few black leaves, pinch the affected leaves off, and make sure it doesn’t get too cold again.
Why is my plant not thriving?
Our plants are grown to be eaten, so we encourage you to use them within 2-3 weeks of purchase. But if your plant isn’t thriving, here are the most common issues:
Not enough sun: herbs like a lot of sun, so be sure you’ve placed your plant in a sunny spot in your home.
Not enough water: make sure your plant isn’t drying out. We recommend watering your plant whenever the soil feels dry, usually every 2-3 days
Too much water: but be sure not to overwater your plant. It only needs a little water in the dish whenever the soil feels dry. Never leave your plant sitting in standing water for more than an hour.
Too cold: living herb plants do not like the cold, especially Basil! Don’t leave your plants sitting in a cold car and never refrigerate them.