Easily the best looking garlic chive. Big, bulky plants that are nice and upright for ease of harvesting. Organically grown. Chives might also help in the fight against cancer because they contain many antioxidants that help destroy free radicals and discourage the growth of cancerous cells and tumors. Wong and Ricci note that chives help your body produce glutathione, an agent that enables your body to identify toxins and other cancer-causing substances and eliminate them.
Eating chives might help your body digest your food better and make use of more nutrients food offers. Chives work by getting rid of bacteria, yeast and fungi in your intestinal tract so that your entire digestive system works as it should. Jean Ann Van Krevelen, Amanda Thomsen, Robin Ripley and Teresa O’Connor report in their book, “Grocery Gardening: Planting, Preparing and Preserving Fresh Food,” that chives also have antibacterial capabilities that kill at least 30 strains of salmonella, which can cause intense digestive problems.
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