|Borage Seeds produce borage with young leaves that can be used in salads. Package (100 seeds). |
How To Grow Borage From Seeds
|A quick growing 2 foot annual and cornflower blue shaped flowers. Borage also self sows generously. |
Direct Sow Only:Sow seeds directly in the garden a week or so before the last frost. There is not much advantage in growing transplants, as Borage does not like to be moved.For a steady harvest of the decorative and edible flowers and the edible leaves, sow small batches of seeds every four weeks.
How to Plant Borage Seeds:When planting seeds, be sure to cover the seeds as they need darkness to germinate. After the seedling have sprouted, thin to 1 foot apart.
Days to Germination:5-8 days at 70ºF (21ºC).
Borage tolerates poor soil and does well in any porous soil that is moderately well supplied with water.