Borago


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For measurement of GDD, base temperature for Portulaca oleracea, Trigonella foenum-graecium, Hypericum perforatum and Borago officinalis L.
The line-up of guest chefs includes Angel Leon from Aponiente, Spain, and Rodolfo Guzman from Borago in Chile.
Borago officinalis, Borraja, Carrago, Buglossum verum, Buglossum latifolium, Borago hortensis, Foliis omnibus alternis, calycibus patentibus de Lineo.
It's got the familiar feel of a commercial lube--it's thin, viscous and comes in an unassuming white-and-purple tube--so no one will ever be the wiser about its fancy-schmancy ingredients, like "organic borago officinalis seed oil" (blosson-organics.
12) Another study looked at the effects of oral feeding of GLA from Borago officinalis to mice with MS and found protection from disease relapse.
In 1992 the Commonwealth Drugs and Poisons Scheduling Standing Committee (now National Drugs and Poisons Schedule Committee) scheduled a number of herbs containing pyrrolizidine alkaloids, restricting the use of such herbs as Borago off, Pulmonaria spp, Senecio spp, Tussilago farfara and Symphytum off (which, based on lack of scientific evidence, was later rescheduled to allow its use topically).
Borago - Borage, Starflower, Tailwort, with medicinal and culinary uses.
Aunque no existe consenso sobre el origen del modelo productivo, se proponen por su mayor capacidad explicativa la teoria de la economia de amplio espectro, de Gutherz y Joussaume, y el modelo de consumo programado, de Fiona Marshall y Elisabeth Hildebrand, a partir del registro paleozoologico y arqueologico de los yacimientos de Gobedra, lago Besaka, Laga Oda y Moche Borago, en Etiopia; de Agordat en Eritrea; de Asa Koma y Le Goubbet en Djibouti y de Gogoshiis Qabe en Somalia.
on Borago officinalis, Mahallat, 22 April 2005; Brachyunguis harmalae Das on Peganum harmala, Zabol, 16 April 2003; Khash-Taftan, 3 April 2003; Brachyunguis sp.
Salvia Salvia splendens Shasta daisy Chrysanthemum x maximum Snapdragon Antirrhinum majus Sweet alyssum Lobularia maritima TABLE 3-5 Plants That Require Dark for Germination COMMON NAME SPECIES Bachelor's buttons Centaurea cyanus Borage Borago officinalis Chinese primrose Primula sinensis Coriander Coriandrum sativum Larkspur Delphinium elatum Nemesia Nemesia strumosa Pansy Viola x wittrockiana Phlox Phlox spp.
Some Common Edible Flowers Latin Name / Edible Flavour Common Name Part Allium Flowers & Onion schoenoprasum / leaves Chives Antirrhinum Petals Somewhat majus / bitter Snapdragon Borago Leaves & Herbal, officinalis / flowers cucumber Borage (remove pistils & stamens) Calendula Petals Tangy, officinalis / spicy, Pot Marigold resembles saffron Centaurea cyanus / Petals sweet to Bachelor's Button, ONLY spicy, Cornflower clove-like Dianthus spp.
A ADRIENNE SAYS: Borage or Borago officinalis is quick and easy to grow and the bright blue starshaped flowers (right) make it an attractive border plant.
Asters Bee Balm Black-eyed Susan Butterfly Bush Butterfly Weed Chrysanthemum Coneflower Daylily False Aster Garden Phlox Gayfeather Globe Flower Golden Rod Helen's Flower Honeysuckle Joe-Pye Weed Jupiter's Beard Lavender Meadowsweet Ornamental Onion Scabiosa Sweet William Tickseed Yarrow Allium schoenoprasum (chives) Anethum graveolens (dill) Borago officinalis (borage) Vibernum opulus (Korean lilac) Salix discolor (pussy willows)