Claire Skerry wrote:Would it be possible to get a few rootings or seeds as well? Don't know what I could send in return. Been looking for some for a while now.
Tracy Lee wrote:Ian, You might have more requests for comfrey than you bargained for ( : I to am looking for some rootstock but would not be able to get it in the ground until late april, early may. Do you have any extra for around that time? Just starting out with permaculture so dont have much in the way of perrenial seeds to trade. However I do have some heirloom veggie seeds if that interests you.
Marianne Cooper wrote:I recently purchased 100 comfrey root stock from Coe's in NC. They arrived in great condition and he sent 120. Very fast delivery and highly recommend them.
Ian Hamilton wrote:Hey Eric,
I'd be happy to send you some root cuttings. We grow Russian Bocking-14 (Symphytum x uplandicum) under our trees and True Comfrey elsewhere for medicine. Shoot me a PM and let me know which you're looking for.
Dan Cruickshank wrote:
In the end, the seeds aren't that hard to collect. I've got some in the basement myself from the Comfrey I planted last year from seeds I got from Horizon Herbs.