(Borago officinalis) Beautiful clusters of blue, star-shaped flowers on the 2-3' tall plants; great for attracting pollinators. Bees love the nectar of these abundant flowers. The flowers are edible and are great in salads, floating in cool summer drinks, and candying. Also used medicinally. Its leaves are covered with stiff white hairs that give the plant a wooly appearance. This annual plants self-sows readily. Grows well in most regions of the U.S.
Growing Notes Direct Seed: 1/8" depth; Germination: 7-14 Days Thin: 12" Apart; Light: Full Sun/Partial Shade Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors after the danger of frost has passed and when soil reaches 55F. Can also be started indoors 4-5 weeks before last frost. Borage prefers well-drained soil.