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If there was one plant I would grow more of, it would be comfrey. In this video I tell you how comfrey is grown and also demonstrate how to use comfrey as a liquid feed and a mulch. If you are interested in subscribing to the Permaculture Magazine (which I highly recommend), use the code: HuwsNurseryPM16 at the checkout for a 5% discount: Follow me on Instagram: huws_nursery Add me on snapchat: huwsnursery Facebook page: Subscribe to our newsletter with updates and exclusive content: Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsAquaponics Rocks ( Growing Medium ) Wash Install Plant – $40 Aquaponics – Barrelponics Made EasyVEGGIE MANIA – Fall Vegetable Gardening in Florida – The Perfect TimeRaised Beds – Cheap vegetable gardening beds – Permaculture Design – Huglekultur Vegetable gardenHow to Clone any plant for hydroponic or regular gardeningHow to Plant a Vegetable Garden: Tips on Growing Home Grown VegetablesBackyard Organic Container Vegetable Garden Perfect for People Who Rent

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  • Mata Potini 1 year ago

    Good info I never knew this technique

  • Ruba Miazy 1 year ago

    i like you

  • A little dirt never hurt 1 year ago

    Great video, as always. Question for you, I have started a food forest and have 8 fruit trees which I want to put comfrey around. How far from the base of the trees should it be planted and is there a preferred directional orientation? Thanks for all the effort and info you put into your videos.

  • Bodacious Wallflower 1 year ago

    Comfrey is amazing! Watch out when taking root cuttings though.. Even dropping a tiny piece of root the size of your pinky finger nail can sprout a plant in unwanted places. LOVE your videos.

  • joelyboyblue 1 year ago

    Do not plant comfrey you will never get rid of it

  • LARK'S GARDENS 1 year ago

    EXCELLENT video, Huw. I keep Comfrey close to every veggie bed I have. Make it easy to use as a mulch or tea. I make sure I freeze 1/2 cup portions that I have put in my food processor. I then use as a poultice throughout the year. I also make an Comfrey oil infusion. Thank you for inspiring others to grow Comfrey.

  • Mumbai Balcony Gardener | Avid Life Observer 1 year ago

    I looked and looked for comfrey here in Mumbai for 2 years and finally gave up. It could be available in the cooler states of India.

  • Michelle Stone 1 year ago

    Thanks for sharing! Am new at this, so I am loving your videos…very helpful.

  • treewolf37 1 year ago

    I have been using it for the first time this year. My question is how it breaks down on nitrogen potassium and pot ash. Like a 7-7-7 or what? Great video!!

  • Jennifer hoppin'ng rabbits 1 year ago

    does this plant flower purple flowers? and if so what does it look like. I think I have it growing but it doesnt quite look like your bunch u showed

  • portlandplaceNL 1 year ago

    you are a great teacher, excited to see you focusing on permaculture.

  • dboyf3f 1 year ago

    Those are nice tomato plants….and you have quite a harvest there… I think tomato roots are that right and they spread far… Which means that top soil is dry…or not.

  • Allen Hubbs 1 year ago

    I did not know about this. Thank you! What should one use if they do not have nettles?

  • TheKrsrocks 1 year ago

    Another great video my friend 🙂 I'll look into growing comfrey sometime. Also, what should I do about my clay, dense soil?? It grows veg in it but it isn't the way I'd like it to be.

  • UK Here We Grow 1 year ago

    We use comfrey to feed all our plants. Great video Huw. For those not wanting it to spread bocking 14 will be the best variety as it in infertile and can only be cultivated by root division.

  • Permaculture Homestead 1 year ago

    great stuff, i love making big batch teas with this stuff.    Thanks for the share Huw

  • Lee Poll 1 year ago

    Comfrey is also great for attracting pollinators. Some of mine has developed white patches. any ideas? thanks

  • Tomi Lewis 1 year ago

    Nice Huwwwww!!