Borage

Companion Planting With Borage - Plants That Grow Well With Borage
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The borage companion plant is said to repel tomato worms and cabbage worms because borage attracts beneficial insects, such as bees and tiny wasps.......
Borage Seed Growing - How To Plant Borage Seeds
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Borage seeds should be planted 1/4- to 1/2-inch deep, so you can either poke a hole and plop in a seed every 12 inches, or take the easy route and spr...
Borage Cover Crops - Using Borage As Green Manure
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Using borage as green manure allows the nutrients brought up by the plant's deep taproot to be dispersed into the upper areas of soil when the plant c...
Container Grown Borage Learn About Growing Borage In Pots
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Container growing: Borage grows easily in containers. Choose a container 12 inches deep and wide or larger; borage forms a taproot. Winter growing: Bo...
Borage Varieties - Are There Different Borage Flowers
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Borage Plant TypesCommon borage (Borago officinalis) – Also known as starflower, common borage is the most familiar of the different types of borage. ...
Borage Harvesting How And When To Harvest Borage Plants
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How do you harvest borage?Does borage come back every year?Will borage reseed itself?What part of borage is edible?Is borage poisonous?Will deer eat b...
Borage Herb How To Grow Borage
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Borage seeds should be planted 1/4- to 1/2-inch deep, so you can either poke a hole and plop in a seed every 12 inches, or take the easy route and spr...
is borage good for compost
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Borage adds trace minerals to the soil it is planted in, and is good for composting and mulching. It is an annual, but readily self-seeds and thrives ...