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Symphytum officinale-Comfrey seed

Comfrey plant kashmir
Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) is a perennial herb that is in 
the borage family. It is native to Europe and is commonly 
found in Britain and Ireland, growing in damp grasslands. 
There is also a Russian variety that is popular and 
grown widely. Its leaves are 12 to 18 inches 
long and somewhat hairy. Comfrey’s 
flowers can be blue, violet, cream, 
or pink, depending on the variety. 
Comfrey has a tremendous tap root 
that digs 8ft deep into the subsoil. 
It is a prolific grower, which enjoys plenty 
of nitrogen, but will grow under practically 
any condition. Comfrey can be propagated 
by both seed and root cuttings
Mature plants can be divided by splitting 
through the crown with a spade. 
This plant has many uses on the homestead, 
which we will now investigate…

Comfrey tea” can be made by soaking 
leaves in rain water for about 5 weeks. This tea is a nutrient rich fertilizer that can be used on garden crops, especially those that benefit from additional potassium.
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