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Symphytum azureum also known as blue comfrey, or Caucasian comfrey also makes an excellent potash fertilizer for tomatoes and potatoes. Just steep cut leaves into a tub with water to make a very nutritious feed for all garden plants. It’s pretty nodding blue flowers will attract many beneficial insects to your garden and is mostsuitable for planting under shrubs or roses and looks well in a wildflower meadow
Caucasian comfrey, Blue comfrey, Comfrey
Symphytum caucasicum (Caucasian comfrey). This is a downy upright perennial which is grown for its foliage and drooping flowers which open in pink then turn blue; the petals are longer than the sepals and will create an elegant bloom.
They can be easily grown in sun or partial-shade in moist, well-dug soil with added manure.
Border, wildflower/meadow, ground cover
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