Let it stand till the sugar is dissolved, then put in a sprig of borage.
Mix well, pop in a few sprigs of borage, and a block or two of ice.
To the above add a few slices of cucumber, or some sprigs of borage instead of cucumber.
Garden rue and the short bristles of the borage are irritating.
The borage is not a very common plant, though it is widely distributed throughout the country.
The view exhibited by those plants which have down, such as borage, nettles, &c. is exceedingly curious.
Cider-cup with borage floating in it, cold lamb and mint sauce, watercress, and a triangular commons of Stilton.
borage grew thickly all over the yard, dropping its blue flowers on the dead.
Add a sprig of borage or balm, a bit of toasted bread, and nutmeg grated on the top.
A colde bakemete like a shelde quarterly redde and white, set with losengs and gilt, and flours of borage.
flowering plant used in salads, mid-13c., from Anglo-French, Old French borage (13c., Modern French bourrache), from Medieval Latin borrago. Klein says this is ultimately from Arabic abu arak, literally "the father of sweat," so called by Arab physicians for its effect on humans. But OED says it's from Latin borra "rough hair, short wool," in reference to the texture of the foliage.