The quick and convenient step by step guide to growing your Comfrey Seeds!
Comfrey is a hardy, drought tolerant plant that prefers well drained soil and full sun to partial shade. Comfrey flowers bloom from spring to summer and attract many bees with their nectar. Once planted, it can be difficult to remove as its roots dig deep enough into the ground that even a tiny portion left behind may sprout the following spring.
How to Grow Comfrey Seeds
#1 | Comfrey are cold tolerant plants, so best to plant your comfrey seeds in early spring if you wish to sow them directly outdoors. If you plan to plant your comfrey at another time, stratify the seeds in the refrigerator for about 30 days.
# 2 | Plant your seeds about a quarter inch deep in soil and cover seeds.
#3 | Keep soil evenly damp until germination which should occur in 30-45 days.