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How to Propagate Borage

Overview Borage, an annual herb native to Syria, is also known as starflower. It grows to up to 3 feet, has fuzzy stems and leaves, and blooms in shades of blue or pink. It is commonly used for oilse

Plants That Keep Bugs Out of a Garden

Insects and other bugs can be formidable pests in any garden. It can be very disheartening to spend an entire season

How to Dry Borage

Overview Borage is a sturdy, adaptable herb that will thrive in the garden or in a patio container. Although borage loves sunshine, it will grow in nearly any climate, and thrive in most soil types as

How to Dry Borage Herbs

Overview Borage is sometimes called starflower because of its small, star-shaped blue flowers. The herb leaves are often picked fresh and added to cool, summertime drinks. Borage has a light, cool fla

About Borage

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Uses for Borage

Borage (Borago officinalis) is a hardy, cold-tolerant annual native to Syria that has become naturalized throughout

How to Transplant Borage

Overview Borage plants are useful for many purposes. The leaves can be cooked like spinach. The roots can be used to flavor wine. Medicinally, the plant is used for colds, coughs or as an eyewash. The

How to Cook Edible Flowers

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