(Symphytum officinale) is a non-edible perennial native wildflower with attractive drooping clusters of blue, purple, pink or cream, bell-shaped flowers in early summer. Well known for centuries as a medicinal plant, but the leaves are now regularly used as a compost activator helping the breakdown of other compost materials.
Comfrey is also often used as a mulch or as liquid green manure.
Comfrey makes a great feed forTomato and Potatoes.
A true wonder plant in the garden: - It can be used to improve the soil - Grow your own organic liquid feed for anything that fruits - It can be harvested 3 or 4 times per year - A magnet for bee's
Do you know why the bee's like Comfrey so much...it only takes the Comfrey plant 40 mins to nectarise, providing a new food source for the bee's.
Most other flowering plants can take up to 3 days to nectarise.
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