Russian Comfrey Bocking-14 Cultivar, 12 Cuttings for Growing Your Own Medicinal Salve, Compost Tea & Animal Fodder

Choose Verdant Treasures comfrey for beyond organic growing methods, secure packaging and guaranteed results. No other comfrey vendor offers this kind of assurance of your growing success. Each order will contain at least 12 comfrey cuttings, similar to those pictured above.

  • Tolerates harsh condition if not allowed to dry out

  • One of the best dynamic mineral accumulators

  • Excellent living mulch around trees and shrubs

  • Powerful roots break up clay soils and hardpan

  • Excellent breeding grounds for earthworms

  • One of the most important plants in permaculture

Make Your Own Fertilizer

Included in your package will be instructions for growing and making your own comfrey compost tea to dilute and use directly on your outdoor plants and trees. Using just a bucket, comfrey leaves and non-chlorinated water you are just a couple of weeks away from making your own powerful supplementary liquid fertilizer

Feed your chickens or other livestock

Chickens can’t seem to get enough high-protein comfrey leaves.  Whether straight off the plant, or wilted, you can save money on feed by supplementing with these wonderful leaves

Use comfrey as a green addition to a carbon rich compost pile

Good compost piles have a balance of “greens” and high carbon “browns”.  Comfrey leaves are one of the best green additions to woodchips, straw or dried fall leaves to really supercharge your homemade compost.

Grow your own medicine

Grow comfrey and save on pricey herbal medicines for minor scrapes, bruises and sprains by making your own with free online recipes for salves, ointments and oils. 

 

Product Features

  • 12 cuttings of Non-invasive Bocking-14 cultivar of comfrey; will not produce viable seeds to spread where it is not wanted; grown in coastal western Washington using beyond organic methods with no pesticides or chemical fertilizers
  • Bocking-14 comfrey is the most desirable cultivar for making compost tea to fertilize your garden, with an NPK ratio 1.8 / 0.5 /5.3. Comfrey is a dynamic accumulator of nutrients, most notably iron, silicon, nitrogen, potassium, calcium, magnesium and many trace minerals
  • Use comfrey to recover from injuries more quickly; Ask your doctor about the many medicinal benefits of allatoin from comfrey, especially bone fractures, sprains, wounds, bruises, fungal infections and many other uses; This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease
  • Save money on fertilizer for your trees and plants; use comfrey leaves to turbo-charge your compost pile, especially piles made predominantly made from carbon heavy “browns” like dry leaves, straw, brush, wood chips or shavings, etc; Planting and usage instructions included with your order
  • Save money on animal feed by supplementing your feed with comfrry. used worldwide as an animal fodder; dried comfrey leaves contain 26% protein; some animals enjoy comfrey fresh, but if your animals do not, offer them wilted comfrey, as the little silicon “hairs” on the leaves can irritate some animals; Comfrey is the only plant which harvests vitamin B-12 from the soil

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3 comments

  1. Anonymous

    The BEST Comfrey for Permaculture, Veganic, and Back to Eden Gardening! For those who practice permaculture, Veganic, or Back to Eden gardening, THIS is the comfrey variety you want. It has the right nutrient content for making that amazing comfrey tea fertilizer and for “chop and drop” green manure. Best yet, Block 14 won’t spread uncontrollably all over your yard (and all your neighbor’s!) because this variety doesn’t reproduce through seed.This is my second order with Verdant Treasures and my root cuttings came the same way as the first – fresh, no mold…

  2. Anonymous

    Great product, arrived quickly Received 13 nice big pieces of root, nicely wrapped in wet paper towel and sealed in a plastic bag. The roots were all fresh, firm and flexible, not dried out, no mold or rot. I soaked them for 4 hours as soon as I got them per the instructions, then potted each in potting soil in a separate small pot until they sprout and can be planted out in the spring. Will update if/when any of these come up! Can’t wait! Here’s a pic of the roots lined up on the counter.Update: every single…

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