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Borage

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Borage

…covered in silvery hairs and the most attractive celestial blue flowers. Nectar rich borage flowers are particularly attractive to pollinating insects, including bees which make distinctive flavoured borage honey. This versatile upright herb has a multitude of uses -…  More Info

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Flower Garden 'Easy Annuals Mixed'

An easy to grow mixture of 10 colourful annuals, which includes species found in our countryside during the Middle Ages such as borage, cornflowers and flax. This mixture has a blue tone base of cornflowers and echium, with added red-orange contrast provided by flax and marigolds,…  More Info

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Herb Salad Burnet

Salad Burnet can be used in salads and added to cooling drinks in a similar way to Borage. The leaves of this unusual hardy perennial herb have a delicate cucumber flavour and in many recipes are interchangeable with mint. Use the young leaves regularly as they become increasing…  More Info

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Borage (Seeds)

A very pretty herb with vivid sky-blue blooms throughout summer. Both leaf and flower are edible and taste similar to cucumber, use flowers in salads, or to top cakes and drinks. Height: 60cm (24). Spread: 45cm (18). Culinary information: Some parts of these flowers are edible. Click here…  More Info

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Wild Flower Mixture (Seeds)

Contains a mix of the varieties: Corn Cockle, Poppy, Cornflower, Gilia, Ragged Robin, English Marigold, Chrysanthemum, Linum, Daisy, Nigella, Cowslip, Campanula, Feverfew, Phacelia, Larkspur, Borage, Ribwort. Height: 120cm (48). Spread: 90cm (36).  More Info

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