Rosemary (Rosemarinus Officinalis) anciently had a reputation of strengthening the memory. At weddings it was dipped in scented water and worn by the bride. It was also used as incense at religious ceremonies. Today it is used in lotions, hair products, teas and as a seasoning in food dishes. Rosemary was believed to bring clarity of thought.
Rosemary seed also makes a great ground cover because it spreads vigorously, and is highly resistant to deer, drought, and pests. Imagine a stand of rosemary tumbling over a low wall or spreading across the dry, sun-soaked ground in your garden! This tough little garden gem is one of the most ornamental plants around, yet there is no beating its usefulness when sheer coverage (and plenty of color!) is needed.
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