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    Early rosettes of bright golden leaves brighten up the spring garden with snowdrops and crocuses. Later appear the pale blue and pink flowers. This form comes true from seed, viable seeds being very few and very difficult to collect! ... Learn More



    Comfrey is an important herb in organic gardening being used as a fertilizer and also for many purported medicinal uses. This marvelous herb is one of the best-known healing herbs of all times, well-known, and widely used by early Greeks and Romans, its very name, symphytum, from the Greek symphyo means to "make grow together", referring to its traditional use of healing fractures. Comfrey relieves pain and inflammation caused by injuries and degeneration, especially the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis whilst comfrey creams and oils can be used in arthritic pain relieving massages. ... Learn More


  3. Symphytum orientale


    Clumps of white or pale blue bell-like flowers, not unlike a small Abutilon, are suspended from arching stems that emerge from coarse, deeply veined lanceolate leaves. A very attractive plant for a shady area, it makes excellent ground cover under shrubs and trees, and is a lovely addition to woodland garden. Add to that its value as a feed plant (simply steep the leaves in water for two or three weeks and use the resulting liquid as a dilutable plant feed) and you have a "must have" plant for every serious gardener! ... Learn More



    This unusual form of the old cottage garden plant (Symphytum grandiflorum) is one of the first spring flowers to appear in March. Short, rough stems bearing hairy leaves carry terminal bunches of long pink buds opening to blue and white tubular flowers. ... Learn More


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