Translation of borage in Spanish:


borraja, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbɔrɪdʒ/ /ˈbɑrɪdʒ/ /ˈbɒrɪdʒ/

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    borraja feminine
    • Collect herb flowers such as borage and chamomile just before full flowering.
    • Painted Ladies, which instinctively lay their eggs on thistle plants, also find an acceptable substitute in the hairy leaves of borage.
    • We've got hawthorn, gingko, elder, mullein, lavender, sage, thyme, echinacea, borage, yarrow and plenty of pine trees.
    • Coriander, oregano, camomile, and borage are both blue and white flowered and if happy self-seed all over the place.
    • Adventurous herbalists like to experiment with basil, oregano and rosemary, also including the more exotic plants like sweet woodruff, lemon grass and borage.
    • Candied borage flowers make beautiful decorations for cakes and pastries, and it's easy to do.
    • Sprinkle with chopped mint or coriander and some bright petals - calendula, borage, courgette flowers or anything edible.
    • Try fennel for the Anise Swallowtail; lupine for blues; hollyhocks and borage for the Painted Lady; and grasses for satyrs and skippers.
    • Edible flowers such as nasturtium, calendula, and borage do well at the base.
    • If you experience the redness and flaking of chronic dry skin, dermatitis, and eczema, get to know borage oil, extracted from the borage plant.
    • Other flower petal choices are rose, nasturtium, borage, dandelions and violets.
    • This is simply an extension of the local habit of continually wandering about tweaking bits of tasty food off the hillsides: wild asparagus, mushrooms, fennel, borage, wild garlic, lemons.
    • A member of the borage family, common heliotrope is one of about 250 Heliotropium species, but it is the only one widely grown in gardens.
    • The motorway verges and embankments have been sown with wildflower seed which are now producing traditional meadow plants, including borage, primula and oxeye daisies.
    • I haven't yet done anything with my borage because, well, neither the flowers nor the leaves taste like much of anything, and the stalks are stingy and unpleasant to the touch.
    • Begin planting borage or marigold with your potatoes and notice the difference it makes.
    • Imagine my delight then when I popped into the organic shop and saw not only bountiful bags of salad but salad with flowers, the edible kind like nasturtiums, borage, wild pansies and pot marigolds.
    • This oil is derived from the seeds of the borage plant.
    • Some 3 percent of all flowering plants produce these chemicals, including such herbal-garden favorites as borage and comfrey.
    • The wild olive is a member of the borage family that matures to about 20 feet in height and has a rounded crown on a short trunk.