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- You have to harvest or gather the leaves after two months of seeding or one month of transplantation.
- You have to cut the leaves down to the base, that is, inside 1 to 2 inches of the soil while cropping.
- While first time, you have to harvest three to four times. And during the following years, harvesting should be done monthly and frequently.
- The flowers of this plant are eatable and non-poisonous. The flowers will begin to flourish in the month of May and June. You can use the flowers for cooking purposes as well, rather wasting them.
- Fresh leaves should be used rather using the ones that are dried. For keeping the freshness of the leaves, you have to put them in a bag where air cannot circulate or come in.
- These leaves should be stored or placed in a cool place.