Bees love the nectar of Comfrey and this plant is the Darling of Permaculture. Leaves become instant 'compost', whether tilled into the soil or not. Plant around fruit trees as tree fertilizer and mulch. Major, nutrient sense food source for chickens and many other livestock. This plant is a must if you garden and keep livestock- dual purpose! Root cuttings and plants available from Coe's Comfrey.
100% open pollinatedheirloomnon-hybridand Non-GMOTrue Comfrey Seeds (Symphytum officinale) Organic seeds!Comfrey (Symphytum Officinale) - Comfrey has been used as a healing herb for centuries. The comfrey herb is native to Asia and Europe, but early English immigrants brought it to North America for medicinal purposes. Common Comfrey, Latin name: Symphytum officinale, grows to be approximately 60 inches tall. It has slender lance-shaped leaves and produces bell-shaped purple flowers that bloom f