We do not sell the Bocking #14 strain of Comfrey as “it is shallow rooted and subject to drought,” and “it is disliked by rabbits and chickens — as being too bitter” according to Lawrence D. Plant Comfrey in “fertile holes” to get established and it will thrive and live even through the hottest Summer or coldest Winter.
Comfrey needs a 3 foot spacing for proper root development and highest yields.
Plants will continue producing leaves for 25 years or more and with optimum conditions you will reap thousands of pounds of nutrient-rich leaves from each plant.
In Permaculture, comfrey is often left to grow around trees without cutting.
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Comfrey begins its growth early in the Spring; the first cutting here in Nantahala, NC (3400’ elevation) is in mid-April and the stronger plants will be in the “fountain of leaves” stage.
This growth should be cut off 2“ above the ground and as needed throughout the growing season.
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In warmer climates (Deep South and Southwest USA), it can be planted and the leaves harvested throughout the year. Strong growing and deep- rooted, Comfrey adapts well to most any environment.
*An ideal range of sunlight exposure is between 4 to 6 hours.
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