Category: companion

Borage officinalis

Borage officinalis – Borage, Bee Bread, Common Bugloss and Starflower are a few of its common names. It’s a self-seeding annual herb that grows 2 feet tall and wide. Its mature foliage is covered in prickly hairs. The pretty, star-shaped flowers in blue, lavender and pink bloom from May to hard frost. Bees, butterflies and moths prize its flower nectar.…

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Companion Planting

Companion planting is an old and proven method of putting plants together so that the individual plant characteristics of one plant, enhances the growth of a different plant. The same principle is used to repel and or confuse pests. Vegetable and companion vegetable tables are available. The following companion plant list is herbs and vegetables. Companion herbs for vegetables Beneficial…

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