Available in the following variations:
|5-inch Tray||4x 5-inch Trays||8x 5-inch Trays||1 Oz||2 Oz||4 Oz||8 Oz||12 Oz||16 Oz (1 lb)|
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Traditionally borage was cultivated for culinary and medicinal uses, although today they are commercially cultivated mainly as an oilseed. They have a fresh cucumber and celery flavor and their thick leaves provide nice crunch and texture to a dish. When out of stock, this product can be grown to order in 3 Weeks.
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