Totally worth trying... I am about to do some grafting myself!
John Polk wrote:
Using it to heal an injured plant makes me wonder: could this be a handy plant for grafting projects? Hmm.
I got my comfrey from a local nursery and it isn't spreading worth a darn.
paul wheaton wrote:
One fella mentioned that he had a comfrey problem. He had a few patches that got way out of hand and he was trying to control it. It sounded like one of his approaches was to run chickens on it so intensively as to completely eliminate the comfrey.
Later, when it got to be my turn, I think I was asked to define permaculture in one sentence (a big challenge). I just said "to embrace comfrey"
But how did the elephant get like that? What did you do? I think all we can do now is read this tiny ad:
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