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    varieties of Borage. Pinner said "The tasty ones are Borage...taste like cucumber and nutritious and medicinal...can't beat that! Plus, if you plant them alongside your tomatoes it keeps worms off your tomatoes and adds nutrients to the soil at the same time. I put Basil on the other side of my tomatoes!"

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