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Comfrey is herb that is perennial. Comfrey has a turnip like root. But it is not the large root that your after. The
grand prize is the broad leaves with small bell like flowers. Comfrey is valuable to all gardeners and here is why.
First it is a great source of organic matter. Comfry are the only plants that makes all the nutrients necessary for
all plants to grow N, O, S, I, Mn, and P . So an all - in - one organic plant fertilizer made by another plant.
Second, Comfrey makes deep roots and they act as a dynamic accumulator mining a host of nutrients from the
soil. In 1 lbs of leaves there is 1 lbs of usable fertilizer.
Comfrey likes to grow in damp fertile soil but will also do well in clay soils. Dress the bed well with manure and
keep weed free. Plant just below the surface of the soil. Remember this plant is fast growing and produces a ton
of nitrogen. Here are some things you can do with Comfrey:
1. Add to compost pile
2. Use as a liquid fertilizers
3. Use as a mulch - side dressing
4. Great potting mix
Comfy has been used for years for helping with the following issues: bronchial problems, broken bone, sprains,
arthritis, and gastric aliments.
When To Harvest Confrey
Harvest leaves 4 - 5 times a year. Cut about 5 weeks a part. Cut before flowering. Stop cutting in the fall so plant
can store nutrients before winter sets in. Harvest 2 inchesabove the ground. Split roots about every 2 - 3 years.