Blue sage salvia normally grows in a mound shaped from sprawling stems around 2 – 3 feet in width and height. The blue flowers are around 3/4″ an inch long with 2 stamens and 1 pistil. All types of sage have an aromatic fragrance that identifies them as part of the salvia family. The long, narrow leaves grow in clusters, out of which grow the flower stems. The leaves may or may not have teeth. Tubular flowers range from dark blue to white and are densely congested in whorls along the upper stems, creating a 3 – 9 inch beautiful spike of flowers. The foliage of this salvia wild flower seed is usually a grayish green color and the leaves are quite common towards the lower half of the wildflower plant.
Herb Borage White Seeds
Striking white blooms. Large plants bear hundreds of small, white, edible flowers. Mild cucumber flavor for salads and garnishes. Long harvest period. Medicinal: Seed oil is a rich source of gamma-linolenic acid. Borage is one of very popular culinary herb especially in Mediterranean countries. The herb contains many notable phyto-nutrients, minerals, and vitamins that are
Borage Certified Organic Seeds
Always direct seed borage in fertile soil and full sun. Once establish you will have plenty for years. We have found that like Hydrangeas the PH of the soil can change the flower color from blue to pink.
Certified Organic Borage
Borage Medicinal Tender annual/Reseeding According to Culpepper’s 17th century Herbal, -inch The leaves, flowers, and seed, all or any of them, are good to expel pensiveness and melancholy.-inch Bushy, fuzzy-leafed plants produce edible 1-inch. blue flowers that bees love. Tasty in tea and salads, the flowers also make pretty cake decorations. Plating Depth: 1-inch, Soil