Last updated on October 23rd, 2023 at 08:19 pm
Comfrey is the classic mineral accumulating permaculture plant, used for organic fertilisers as well as animal feed. It’s an important plant for pollinators, and is easy to multiply from root fragments. Here is a method to do it without losing the flowers or unduly stressing the plant. You don’t need to cut your comfrey plants down to multiply them, it’s easy.
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