A place to explore and buy perennial vegetables and other food plants.
Comfrey can be made into a liquid fertilizer (visit here for instructions for both the smelly and considerably less smelly method) or used to activate the compost heap, to mulch plants, to make a potting compost or to grow as a ground-cover.
This Bocking 14 variety doesn’t set viable seed so will not spread via seed around the garden (although detached pieces of root produce new plants very easily).
Comfrey grows well in a shady spot and is also ideal for planting at the base of fruit trees where it can be quickly chopped down for effortless tree feeding.
Price is for a small plant.