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I love having borage in the garden. Any plant that thrives on neglect, seeds itself and adds greenery and touches of colour to the garden gets my vote. That it is almost irresistible to bees adds to the attraction for me.

While most, with delicate white flowers. Commonly known as white borage or snowy borage, it is a very beautiful plant that shares all the other characteristics and uses with the blue version.

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