So whats new with your goat ?
Hugh H. wrote:
If you directly quote anyone from these forums or anywhere else, you need to attribute it to them. That is just for direct quotes (in quotation marks) only. If you are paraphrasing their idea then it is a good idea to add a reference to the forum post or webpage. I've added these points to an 'Editing Guidelines' page on the wiki. We can add any other contribution guidelines here.
If your comfrey has purple/pink/lavender flowers and the leaves have ribs that continue down the stalk of the plants stem, This is a safe edible and medicinal plant. The comfrey that grows wild and has yellow flowers is a more potent version.
But i have read many herbalists accounts confirming that comfrey is safe for regular use. The tea is so delicious and sweet...like sweet cucumber.
Brenda Groth wrote:
my garden has a fence around it and some arbors, I'm growing 8 varieties of raspberry, blackberries, morning glories (annual), melons, squash, cucumbers, kiwi, grapes, cl roses, clematis, currants etc ON the fence and using it to provide a windbreak to my garden..there are some areas that the fence protects things like wild plums, hazelnuts, blueberries, juneberries, serviceberries, gooseberries, honeyberries, etc.