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columbiariver

On our place for 36 years. Oregon Z-5/6. #pnw #oregon #native #plantnatives #columbiangardenclub #thankyougardentags Don't do what I do

Borago officinalis

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columbiariver

I was surprised to find the borage still blooming in the veg garden

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midnightgardener

Amazing, I love Borage. Such pretty flowers 💙💙💜

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columbiariver

#borage bud today #topwoods #bestofjanuary

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emch

This is a #trueblue fave!

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pelly

Wow, fabulous and so early too 💙💙💙

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columbiariver

Still in the veggie garden from last year. Wacko world temps here 😘 but who doesn't love a blue flower anyway💙 @emch @pelly

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columbiariver

The only plant still putting on new flowers. You go, you little tough guy! #blueborage #borage #blue #autumn

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ShelleySnyder

💪💪💪💙💙💙

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kimguy

Go blue go!💙💙💙

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columbiariver

Better late than never you gorgeous borage. Sown in spring. #borage #blue

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terrimclaughlin

Was that your pretty pic on US Tags!!! For the last of August pic!!! How cool is that! What a beauty 😊💕

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columbiariver

Why thank you ever so much Terri! @terrimclaughlin

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columbiariver

Isn't it so sweet @cyndi ? I'm thrilled to see its little face!

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columbiariver

Yes, but hadn't read on them yet. Thank you @cyndi.

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gjones

Our borage is already done for the year and I've pulled it out so it doesn't seed out everywhere. Loved the pretty flowers and the bees adored this plant!

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columbiariver

I've heard they can spread lots of seed. I'll do the same with my one plant. Use the seed next year. Good night! @gjones

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terrimclaughlin

@columbiariver I just wondered do you think there's a horticulture reason why you and other over towards Tennessee are starting to plant seeds indoors now? I just think it makes alit of since but at college our head of horticulture Dept. Was my professor for a few classes and we did seeds in January? It's just confusing to me especially you'd think here because of spring temps. Sometimes being alittle high we'd start seeding earlier for stronger spring plants?? Thought you might have an

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columbiariver

Im in Oregon. No explanation, other than impatience. I hadn't started seed in July til this year. Because I dont have a greenhouse I knew I'd have to bring the babies in the house come autumn. I have an extra room (I use the term 'extra' roughly.) Were going to put up some racks and see how they do. All the plants I sowed in July are perennials. I was especially anxious to start some beautiful things I ordered from #plantworldseeds in Devon. I hope they have a head start. @terrimclaughlin

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