Comfrey Plants

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This really is a truly remarkable plant – with many tricks up its leaves! Comfrey enriches soil, is a staple of any active compost bin and makes a powerful liquid feed. Its rotted leaves can be used as a mulch or forked into the soil to improve its structure. It goes further, however, as it has 3 times more potassium than manure, which means it’s perfect for flowering & fruit and can be applied by making a home-made tea from its leaves and watering on.

The plants are sterile, so you won’t have a problem with heavy self-seed spreading and thus border takeo. . . Show More >

This really is a truly remarkable plant – with many tricks up its leaves! Comfrey enriches soil, is a staple of any active compost bin and makes a powerful liquid feed. Its rotted leaves can be used as a mulch or forked into the soil to improve its structure. It goes further, however, as it has 3 times more potassium than manure, which means it’s perfect for flowering & fruit and can be applied by making a home-made tea from its leaves and watering on.

The plants are sterile, so you won’t have a problem with heavy self-seed spreading and thus border takeovers! It’s also incredibly versatile, being perfectly happy to thrive in an herbaceous border or planted in a container if space is limited. If space is really limited, you can use comfrey in pellet or liquid form. Treat comfrey as an ornamental with huge organic talents. It’s even great for butterflies – is there anything this plant can’t do?!


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This really is a truly remarkable plant – with many tricks up its leaves! Comfrey enriches soil, is a staple of any active compost bin and makes a powerful liquid feed. Its rotted leaves can be used as a mulch or forked into the soil to improve its structure. It goes further, however, as it has 3 times more potassium than manure, whi. . . Show More >

This really is a truly remarkable plant – with many tricks up its leaves! Comfrey enriches soil, is a staple of any active compost bin and makes a powerful liquid feed. Its rotted leaves can be used as a mulch or forked into the soil to improve its structure. It goes further, however, as it has 3 times more potassium than manure, which means it’s perfect for flowering & fruit and can be applied by making a home-made tea from its leaves and watering on.

The plants are sterile, so you won’t have a problem with heavy self-seed spreading and thus border takeovers! It’s also incredibly versatile, being perfectly happy to thrive in an herbaceous border or planted in a container if space is limited. If space is really limited, you can use comfrey in pellet or liquid form. Treat comfrey as an ornamental with huge organic talents. It’s even great for butterflies – is there anything this plant can’t do?!


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This really is a truly remarkable plant – with many tricks up its leaves! Comfrey enriches soil, is a staple of any active compost bin and makes a powerful liquid feed. Its rotted leaves can be used as a mulch or forked into the soil to improve its structure. It goes further, however, as it has 3 times more potassium than manure, which means it’s perfect for flowering & fruit and can be applied by making a home-made tea from its leaves and watering on.

The plants are sterile, so you won’t have a problem with heavy self-seed spreading and thus border takeovers! It’s also incredibly versatile, being perfectly happy to thrive in an herbaceous border or planted in a container if space is limited. If space is really limited, you can use comfrey in pellet or liquid form. Treat comfrey as an ornamental with huge organic talents. It’s even great for butterflies – is there anything this plant can’t do?!

This really is a truly remarkable plant – with many tricks up its leaves! Comfrey enriches soil, is a staple of any active compost bin and makes a powerful liquid feed. Its rotted leaves can be used as a mulch or forked into the soil to improve its structure. It goes further, however, as it has 3 times more potassium than manure, which means it’s perfect for flowering & fruit and can be applied by making a home-made tea from its leaves and watering on.

The plants are sterile, so you won’t have a problem with heavy self-seed spreading and thus border takeovers! It’s also incredibly versatile, being perfectly happy to thrive in an herbaceous border or planted in a container if space is limited. If space is really limited, you can use comfrey in pellet or liquid form. Treat comfrey as an ornamental with huge organic talents. It’s even great for butterflies – is there anything this plant can’t do?!

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