Ryan Absher wrote:A bit off topic, but since he is sold out I suppose it's ok. Does anyone know how long comfrey root cuttings stay viable without planting?
Ken Grunke wrote:My comfrey has been confirmed as being Russian, which I understand to be Bocking 14.
Jon Paddy wrote:I just harvested some comfrey root cuttings for a couple people in my community, and to my delight discovered that I have many more to share! If anyone is interested, let me know. I probably have between 2,000 and 3,000 available cuttings.
I'm asking $0.40 apiece, with a minimum order of 50. Shipping will be $5 regardless of quantity ordered. If you are interested in a large order and want to work out a reduced price feel free to email me.
I grow bocking 4 and bocking 14 varieties organically. Proceeds will be spent helping me and my family be more self-sustaining!
Ken Grunke wrote:Ken, I am happy the box got to you safely. Time is running short for us here, we are getting lows in the upper 20's so if anyone needs comfrey roots there is still time to dig. I'll be digging next spring also.
I am asking $5 a pound plus shipping, no minimum. I was able to fill up USPS's largest flat rate box with a bit over 10 lbs of root. There are about a dozen good sized roots in a pound. I can ship a small package First Class if anyone wants, if it's under 13 oz total weight.
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