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This lovely annual herb attracts bees and repels predatory insects. It does not transplant well, direct seeding is the best option. After the last frost of spring when the soil has warmed, sow seeds 1/4" deep and 12-15" apart in rows 18" apart. Germination should occur within 7-14 days. As a companion plant to strawberries or tomatoes, borage improves pollination, discourages pests, and attracts bees

 Young leaves can be added to salads, and pretty blue flowers can be candied, used as a garnish, or added to drinks - especially teas! Want to attract butterflies and bees to your herb garden? Borage will help you do just that! 

Approximate seeds per pack: 50/100/200

Days to maturity: 40-50 Days

Life Cycle: Annual

Planting season: Spring, Summer

Sun Requirement: Full Sun

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