The flower and leaves have a slight cucumber taste with what tastes like a little bit of honey (It's worth noting here that pregnant and nursing women are advised not to consume Borage). The younger leaves and flowers can be used in salads. The flowers are particularly tasty added to iced water or tea - to use them this way you can use fresh or freeze them in ice cubes. In The Middle Ages Borage was used to make candy. As a tea it is said to be a mood enhancer.
Borage is consider a companion plant. Plant Borage next to your strawberries, tomatoes and squash and they will help your crops flourish.
Come by the farm for a Borage plant for your garden. They are beautiful, unique and will do good for your harvest.