South GA Seed Company
Gorgeous and striking Russian Comfrey is one of the most beneficial garden and homestead plants around. Used for hundreds of years for various skin remedies and also for pollinators too. Can be used for both compost and compost tea so it's excellent for organic gardening since it's a dynamic accumulator. High in major and minor minerals. This plant is a perennial. Not for human consumption, but has many different uses. Bees like the purple flowers. Needs plenty of room. Plants grow anywhere from 2 to 3 foot tall and wide.
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How to Grow
First, it's important to note that comfrey can be a bit tricky to grow from seeds. While the plant is relatively easy to propagate from cuttings or root divisions, growing it from seeds can be challenging. This is because the seeds have a very low germination rate, and they also have a short shelf life. Once you have your seeds, you'll need to prepare a planting area. Comfrey prefers well-draining soil that is rich in organic matter. It also prefers full sun to partial shade. To plant your seeds, simply scatter them over the prepared soil, and then cover them with a thin layer of soil. Water the soil gently, being careful not to wash away the seeds. Keep the soil moist but not waterlogged, and be patient. It may take several weeks or even months for the seeds to germinate. Once they do, you can expect your comfrey plants to grow quickly and vigorously.