- Oct 2, 2021
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I'd like to say that I'll do something clever like add leaves to compost or bury them under some mulch near my favorite veggies but .. realistically I'll watch them grow with some passive interest and a vague notion that I should do more.@jbosmith , what do,you intend to do with the Comfrey!
I have a big clump of the Boking 14 and 3 separate patches of the regular Comfrey. Both do well here in Alaska, returning each year and none of them have gotten out of control. I clear cut it (all but a couple leaves) at least 3 times a year and dry it for use in my compost tea and as a soil amendment.
Also known as “knit bone”; i once used a strong poltice of Comfrey on my broken wrist and was very happy with the results.