Flowers: April-July. Plant in part of full shade. HxS 45x75cm
Dark red buds open to pale blue and white tubular flowers on this clump forming Comfrey. The rough-textured green leaves are really weed suppressing and superb ground cover when underplanting shrubs. Quite evergreen and if it outgrows its allotted space the leaves can be used to make a very good liquid fertiliser. See also Symphytum ‘Hidcote Pink’, both are ultra hardy.
Care & Maintenance.
As it is evergreen we find it best to tidy in spring, removing any winter damage. Propagate by splitting pieces from the rhizome, which root readily. *CAUTION Harmful if eaten.SKU: SYMHIB
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