Like the common white campion but the flowers have fringed petals and are backed by large baggy calyces. Allow to wilt after cutting, then layer to a depth of 3 to 5cm 1 to 2in It is a valuable addition to the compost heap as a compost activator - comfrey is so rich that it not only enriches the soil but encourages it to heat up. Discuss Proposed since July Folk medicine names for comfrey include knitbone, boneset and the derivation of its Latin name Symphytum from the Greek symphis , meaning growing together of bones, and phyton , a plant , referring to its ancient uses. Position Full sun or part shade preferred. Proven Efficacy Inhibition of the age-related decrease of the regenerative capacity of skin stem cells Improvement of the capacity to build new tissues in a pro-aging medium 3D epidermis Inhibition of the age-related thinning of the epidermis 3D epidermis Increase of skin renewal Smoothing effect In vivo study In vitro study. It referred originally to a workshop, later to a monastic storeroom, then to an herb store and finally to a pharmacy.
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The ancient Romans and Greeks recommended comfrey for wound healing and broken bones as well as inflammatory and traumatic lesions of muscles and joints. Long bells of soft blue on a running plant. You will be surprised how quickly Comfrey grows. Newsletter Get the latest how-to and design inspiration articles plus special offers sent straight to your inbox. Comfrey is a source of fertilizer to the organic gardener. Your first cut will get the spuds off to a good start. Erect, with dark purple stems and spikes of violet-blue in summer.
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Comfrey, Symphytum officinale
The flowers and berries are the same but this has running roots and disappears in winter. Many of the comfreys, including this hybrid, spread aggressively by creeping rhizomes and can be somewhat invasive in the garden. Noteworthy Characteristics Sometimes invasive. These are very useful plants flowering in August and elegantly upright. Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology. With large, coarse leaves and flowers which are blue or creamy white grow in spikes and bloom all summer. Comfrey can be cut several times a year, but if you find a shortage occurring, try adding a few nettles to your mix. Be warned, it will smell terrible when ready!
Description:The Russian comfrey "Bocking 14" cultivar was developed during the s by Lawrence D Hills , the founder of the Henry Doubleday Research Association the organic gardening organisation itself named after the Quaker pioneer who first introduced Russian comfrey into Britain in the nineteenth century following trials at Bocking , near Braintree. The Latin word officinalis means literally 'of or belonging in an officina,' a storeroom of a monastery for medicines and necessaries and is related to our words 'office' and 'official'. Long bells of soft blue on a running plant. In the Linneal binomial system of plant taxonomy, more than sixty plants have been given the species name officinalis, officinale or officinarum. Comfrey is especially valuable on crops that benefit from high doses of potassium, especially tomatoes, runner and dwarf beans. Fine Gardening - Issue It conjures up images of a storeroom where herbalists stored their herbs. It can be found growing in damp, grassy places, and is widespread throughout Ireland and Britain on river banks and ditches.