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Symphytum uplandicus (Russian Comfrey) use and supply for seed.

 
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Hey everyone!

I was wondering where is the best place to buy Symphytum uplandicus (Russian Comfrey) seeds? I have searched up and down to find at least a few hundred grams to one kilo and I can't find a great place. I am in Poland.
 
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The russian one doesn't grow from seed as far as I know. You need to try and find roots. Horizon doesn't ship the roots to non USA locations but they ship seeds worldwide. You can buy the non russian seeds there: https://www.horizonherbs.com/product.asp?specific=1856
 
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I found this place.


http://www.nantahala-farm.com/comfrey-order-easy-s.shtml#Comfrey14

it would be good to make a list of seed suppliers.
 
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