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WANTED: Russian Comfrey roots

Posted by GwenDellAnno Calgary area Alberta (My Page) on
Mon, Feb 10, 14 at 17:20

Hello: I am also looking for Russian Comfrey roots. I am willing to pay for shipping within Canada. Symphytum X uplandicum, Bocking 14 Russian Comfrey. To ship in April. (if possible).


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RE: WANTED: Russian Comfrey roots

Any luck? I too am trying to find this, or bocking 4.


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RE: WANTED: Russian Comfrey roots

To those looking for Bocking 14 and Bocking 4 in Canada, please email me. I may be able to help. I don't often check in here so that's the best way to reach me.

Regards,
Mike


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