• Description: Herbaceous flowering perennial that reaches approximately 1m high and 1m wide. This variety is sterile, meaning it can’t spread by seed.
  • Habitat: Comfrey is adaptable but enjoys full to partial sun exposure and moist soils.
  • Uses: Used as living mulch – leaves will release nutrients such as potassium from deep taproots. A great addition to compost, lasagna beds, and compost tea. Used in external poultices as a cell proliferant for healing burns, bruises, and more.
  • Fun Fact: Easily confused with poisonous foxgloves – look closely!

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