#11 Red Rubin Basil
Red Rubin bears a similar taste to Sweet basil but with a spicy, clove-like undertone. Its purple leaves are a great addition to salads or garnishing dishes.
#12 Thai Basil
Like New Guinea basil, Thai basil produces a mint flavor with a licorice scent. But its taste of licorice is much stronger. Its leaves are also small and green with purple stems. This herb is commonly used in Thai and Vietnamese cooking, including pho, stir-fries and curries.
#13 Spicy Globe Basil
Spicy Globe basil bears a similar taste to sweet basil but with a bit of a kick. Its leaves are used in both spicy and non-spicy dishes. It is also naturally small and dense, reaching a height of 10 inches at most. You can grow this herb plant directly in your garden soil or in pots or window planters. It even looks lovely as a garden border.
#14 Sweet Basil
Sweet basil should never be ignored in this collection. It is one of the most significant culinary herbs in the world. You can add its leaves to any dish that you like. They create a wonderful taste and color.
#15 Lime Basil
Lime basil is actually a lime-scented version of Lemon basil originating from Thailand. It is a popular ingredient in Thai dishes and in herbal tea.