True Comfrey Seed
True Comfrey is a hardy, drought tolerant plant that prefers well drained soil and full sun to partial shade. As part of the Boraginaceae family, it is a course and clumping herb comprised of multiple stalks. Traditional usage (TWM): Cell proliferation, cuts, scrapes, deep injuries. Source of allantoin, mucopolysaccharides and also potentially toxic pyrrolizidine alkaloids. Often recommended for external use only.
Days to Maturity
Stratification: A 30 day period of cold, moist refrigeration followed by planting in warm conditions will speed germination appreciably. Barely cover and tamp.
Transplant (recommended): Tamp seeds into the soil mix or just barely cover with soil. When transplanting, place seedlings 6-12″ apart in rows 24-36″ apart.
Direct seed: Sow shallowly, 1/4″ deep, one seed per inch in spring. Thin to 6-12″ apart
Well-drained soil containing good fertility and organic matter.
Prefers Full Sun (6 hours of direct light or more) or Partial Shade (3-6 hours)
24 – 36″
Zones 3 – 9
Livestock: High in protein, the leaves make a good feed for chickens and pigs, may be added to the feed of all domestic animals, helping maintain good health and weight gain.
Medicinal: To harvest the leaves throughout the summer , cut the whole plant down to three or four inches above the crown for regeneration. Roots should be harvested early spring or fail when there are no aerial growth.
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