Comfry The Garden Plant With So Many Benefits
Comfrey is a member of the Borage family Comfrey grows well in temperatures from very cold 40 F below zero and intense heat. Soil pH can be a wide range from 6.5 - 7.1. Plant many because once you start using Comfrey you will wish for more.
Plant Characteristics: The Comfrey plant grows long hairy leaves that reach 12 to 18 inches long. The short stems come from a central crown. Comfrey produces bell-shaped flower that start blooming in April or early May and continue to bloom for most of the summer. Comfrey has a long deep thick root system that acts like an underground tiller. Plant Garlic in between your Comfry plants. Click here to find out why your garden should have many Garlic plants. Garlic