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Garden: Borage Flower

Borage has recently become my absolute favorite herb blossom! It is extremely short-lived, with flowers usually not lasting much longer than 24 hours. You can use their flowers, leaves, seeds, and oils for medical and cosmetic purposes. It's a great herb to just help your body keep working properly. It's also a cooling diuretic.

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Borage can be grown in large gardens or small pots. They spread relatively easily and produce absolutely gorgeous blossoms! In this photo, one of the mature borage blossoms that my husband grows on our front porch has caught a perfect little raindrop. I thought it looked as if it were holding and displaying a precious jewel.

Gardening connects us with nature, which connects us with our Lord. It is such a blessing when you are able to provide healthy options for yourself and your family and it's very rewarding when God gives you the gift of opportunity, like this raindrop shot. It could've been just another day, but my eyes spotted this beauty. God does this everyday in every aspect of our lives. Do you have the eyes to see it?

By Chelle152 from Coquille, OR

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October 25, 20110 found this helpful

Seriously, you should consider making a calendar for sale with your photos of blossoms. I'm getting to where I can spot your photos before I see your name. Beautiful!

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~Peggy

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October 25, 20110 found this helpful

The color made me stop and really look at this flower. Raindrops always enhance a flower photo. Good Job. GG Vi

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