Used to make the smudge sticks common in Native American ceremonies. Bushy plants with thick stems and dusty gray-green foliage. Good for bee and wildlife forage. Medicinal: Used for skin washes and as a natural deodorant. Mild tea is used as a general tonic.
Hardiness zones: 6-9. Avg.
More information: White sage is a two to five foot evergreen perennial. The flowers emerge in summer and are white with a little lavender. They pucker-back with the stamens hanging out to the sides. White sage gives the bees fits because they can’t get in and out very well. Bumblebees seem to be able to fight their way in and hummingbirds figure it out. White sage leaves start out crinkly grey/green and become smooth white. White Sage can be a slow growing, difficult to establish plant that can take up to three years to reach a mature size. These are had to germinate and we recommend starting indoors with a heat pad and grow light
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