COMFREY Symphytum officinale
Comfrey, is a large, coarse, tuberous-rooted, clumping perennial (to 3’ tall and 2.5’ wide) that is primarily grown today as an ornamental for its attractive foliage and spring flowers.
Though this plant may have been used historically for medical purposes, we do not, and cannot, suggest it for any use other than ornamental use. The plants are considered to be unsafe and dangerous for ingestion.
Type: Annual herb
Location: Sun or part sun
Seeds per pack: 3
Germination: Sow just under the surface of a sterile seed-start mix. Keep moist until germination.