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    Borage, medicinal use.

    • kaarina aufranc

      Borage: This sweet little herb is a nifty addition to any garden, but will thrive in your Los Angeles Garden.

    • Candace Laurence

      Borage -A lucky seed find at Target -2012, Ive had these candied and theyre tasty! how-does-my-garden-grow

    • Sherry Bratton

      Borage (herb) - Edible Star Shaped Flower has many uses. Tea, Cake Decor, Salads....

    • Carrie Gray-Wood

      Borage -A lucky seed find at Target -2012, I've had these candied and they're tasty!

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