Borage Seeds

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Grown as an annual in a seedbed and sown directly into the soil in early spring, these plants will produce beautiful blue flowers from June onwards. Borage is breath-taking to behold but also edible and can be added to salads – or even as a cocktail garnish! Most importantly, however, bees love this plant and will be all over the flowers throughout the heart of summer, making it an important contributor to a garden’s biodiversity. Once summer has finished, cut down the leaves and add them to the compost bin, not forgetting to add them back to the earth when they’ve rotted down.

Grown as an annual in a seedbed and sown directly into the soil in early spring, these plants will produce beautiful blue flowers from June onwards. Borage is breath-taking to behold but also edible and can be added to salads – or even as a cocktail garnish! Most importantly, however, bees love this plant and will be all over the flo. . . Show More >

Grown as an annual in a seedbed and sown directly into the soil in early spring, these plants will produce beautiful blue flowers from June onwards. Borage is breath-taking to behold but also edible and can be added to salads – or even as a cocktail garnish! Most importantly, however, bees love this plant and will be all over the flowers throughout the heart of summer, making it an important contributor to a garden’s biodiversity. Once summer has finished, cut down the leaves and add them to the compost bin, not forgetting to add them back to the earth when they’ve rotted down.


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Herb - Borage Organic Borage (Organic) Seeds

Average Packet Content 48 seeds

£1.99
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Grown as an annual in a seedbed and sown directly into the soil in early spring, these plants will produce beautiful blue flowers from June onwards. Borage is breath-taking to behold but also edible and can be added to salads – or even as a cocktail garnish! Most importantly, however, bees love this plant and will be all over the flowers throughout the heart of summer, making it an important contributor to a garden’s biodiversity. Once summer has finished, cut down the leaves and add them to the compost bin, not forgetting to add them back to the earth when they’ve rotted down.

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