Also known as starflower, all parts of the plant—except the roots, are flavorful. Cucumber-flavored leaves for tea and other beverages as well as bright starry blue flowers for decorating salads. As a fresh vegetable, borage is often used in salads or as a garnish. The flower has a sweet honey-like taste and is often used to decorate desserts and cocktails. Traditionally borage was cultivated for culinary and medicinal uses, although today commercial cultivated mainly as an oilseed. When out of stock, this product can be grown to order in 7 Weeks.
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