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WANTED: Comfrey

Posted by Jackarias 10 So.Calif. (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 23, 04 at 2:12

I'm looking for comfrey plants to receive in a trade. I want to grow it and then use it in compost tea. If you have comfrey I will discuss trade plants, I'm sure I have something you will want. I'm in the San Diego area.


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RE: WANTED: Comfrey

Hi, I think you would have better luck in the plant exchange forums------------sorry I cant help you though. Kathy


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RE: WANTED: Comfrey

Have you found Comfrey yet? I do have some Comfrey that I could share. We could arrange a trade.

I've never heard of making a compost tea with comfrey. I know it makes a great skin lotion and cleanser. Carmellia


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