Probably the Russian variety with pale violet flowers.
Comfrey is a must have in any garden. Easy to grow and a great source of natural fertiliser. Their very long tap roots draw up nutrients from deep down.
Just 'chop and drop' around the garden. Or steep the leaves in water in a covered container - as it will smell- for a few weeks. Then use the resulting liquid as liquid fertiliser - diluted till the mixture looks like weak tea.
They are great planted around fruit trees, about a metre from the trunk. They will slowly spread over the years so best planted away from the vege garden.
I have lots of other plants, herbs, ground covers and FRESH EGGS for sale.
Pick up on Newell road, Tamahere.
Please text 027-6566223.
Hi neighbours, just wanted to inform everyone there has been a burglary in Glenview & a attempted break in. The only things that were stolen were Christmas presents, keep an extra eye on your home. Hopefully the low lifes are caught.
Small steps can make a remarkable difference for people affected by cancer in our community. Join us for Relay For Life and let’s do something remarkable together!
Saturday 14 March, 10am-10pm
Claudelands Events Centre
Relay For Life is an inspirational and fun team event that brings people together to celebrate cancer survivors and carers, remember loved ones lost to cancer and fight back by raising awareness and funds for the Cancer Society.
Team members take turns walking or running around a track over 12 hours while enjoying a festival atmosphere of music, activities and community spirit. Everyone and anyone can get involved, so gather your friends, family and workmates and get your team together today!
Register at www.relayforlife.org.nz...