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Tell me about "Longman's Pink" Comfrey please

 
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I found some comfrey plants at a local nursery called Symphytum "Longman's Pink". After some mild searching I can't really find any information about what variety it is. The employee I spoke with said its seed is sterile but he didn't think it was a Russian type, rather a "true comfrey hybrid"

I bought three of them, as my first comfrey to begin distributing around our 17 newly planted fruit tree guilds, any info would be appreciated.
 
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Is anyone familiar with Longman's Pink?
 
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