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Plant spring, summer or fall. Comfrey can be planted any time the soil is not frozen.
Comfrey Root orders are sent out every Monday. You receive tracking info when shipped.
Send me your photos and experiences with comfrey. Email: orders@healthtreasures.com

Prices & Order Page to Buy Comfrey
Roots, seeds, books.

Comfrey Varieties We Sell:
Bocking #4 Russian Comfrey
Bocking #14 Russian Comfrey

"Wild" Blue Flower Comfrey
True / Common Comfrey Plants
True / Common Comfrey Seed

Information:
General Comfrey Information
How to Grow Comfrey
How to Use Comfrey
3 Types of Comfrey
Comfrey, Permaculture, Fruit Trees


Comfrey for Health:
Dried Comfrey Root
Healing Comfrey Oil

ORGANIC COMFREY FOR SALE: 4 Varieties
Bocking #4, Bocking #14, True/Common, and Wild/Rough
    Root Cuttings, Seeds. High in protein, good fertilizer.
      In stock now. Shipped every Monday. See below for prices and ordering.


On this page go to Russian Comfrey #14 (Symphytum x uplandicum=Symphytum peregrinum)
On this page go to Wild, Blue-Flowered Comfrey (Symphytum type unknown)
On this page go to True/Common Comfrey Roots (Symphytum officinale)
On this page go to True/Common Comfrey Seeds (Symphytum officinale)

Russian Comfrey Bocking No. 4


Organic Russian Bocking #4 large comfrey root cuttings (Symphytum x uplandicum = Symphytum uplandica = Symphytum peregrinum) with purple flowers.

The roots are 4 to 6 inches long and about the size of a finger. If the root is thinner, you receive a longer piece.

Plant horizontally in the ground about 2-3 inches deep. Little rootlets grow along the entire root.

Includes a flyer about growing comfrey.

For more information:
Russian Comfrey Bocking #4.
For more ways to pay, see bottom of page.

$5 each for a root cutting of Russian Comfrey Bocking #4.
Shipping is $7 no matter how many comfrey roots you order. You can add other types of comfrey root and Frontier dried comfrey and still have only $7 shipping.


Russian Comfrey Bocking No. 14

Organic Russian Bocking #14 medium comfrey root cuttings (Symphytum x uplandicum = Symphytum uplandica = Symphytum peregrinum) with purple flowers.

Roots are 4 to 6 inches long and about the size of a finger. If the root is thinner, you receive a longer piece.

Plant horizontally in the ground about 2-3 inches deep. Little rootlets grow along the entire root.

Includes a flyer about growing comfrey.

For more information:
Russian Comfrey Bocking #14.
For more ways to pay, see bottom of page.

$5 each for a root cutting of Russian Comfrey Bocking #14.
Shipping is $7 no matter how many comfrey roots you order. You can add other types of comfrey root and Frontier dried comfrey and still have only $7 shipping.


Special: 2 Russian Comfrey #14 roots for $10 + Western North Carolina Farm and Garden Calendar, 280 page book for $20 (save $5).
Total $30. Shipping is $9.


Wild Invasive Comfrey

Wild, native comfrey is very invasive. It spreads by underground roots (rhizomes). It has blue flowers.
It may be Rough/Prickly comfrey (Symphytum asperum) or Symphytum caucasicum "Hidcote Blue".

We found a tiny plant on our farm so do not know what type it is.

It grows to about 2 feet tall (including flowers). It is a smaller plant than Russian Bocking #4 or #14 so the roots we send you are smaller.

Includes a flyer about growing comfrey.

For more information:
Wild Comfrey with blue flowers.
For more ways to pay, see bottom of page.

$3 each for a root cutting.
Wild Invasive Blue-Flower Comfrey.

Shipping is $7 no matter how many comfrey roots you order. You can add other types of comfrey root and Frontier dried comfrey and still have only $7 shipping.



True / Common Comfrey Root
True (Common) Comfrey flowers come in different colors such as purple (various shades), red (bright pink), yellow, and light pink. This is the original, heirloom comfrey.

The type we have for sale here is purple. Some are deep purple, others are more reddish purple.

The photo to the left with the 2 different flowers is Russian Comfrey Bocking #4 on the left, and True Comfrey on the right with deep purple flowers. The next photo is the more reddish purple flower of True Comfrey.

Which type of True Comfrey you get is random. We don't have the plants separated in our garden.


Organic True or Common Comfrey plants (Symphytum officinale var patens) with purple flowers.

They are ready to grow. They are 3-4 inches long. Length depends upon thickness of root. It may or may not include a green growing top. Each root is different.

Planting instructions included with your order.

For more information:
True or Common Comfrey.
For more ways to pay, see bottom of page.

$9 each for a root.
Common or True Comfrey.

Shipping is $7 no matter how many comfrey roots you order. You can add other types of comfrey root and Frontier dried comfrey and still have only $7 shipping.


True / Common Comfrey Seeds

 
A young seedling with ruler (1").


Organic True or Common Comfrey seeds (Symphytum officinale var patens) have purple flowers.

These seeds are open pollinated, not hybrid, not treated with chemicals, and not GMO. They are good, natural seeds.

A flyer about how to germinate and grow seeds is included in your order.

About comfrey seeds and how to germinate:
True / Common Comfrey Seed.

Same shipping no matter how many seeds you order. For more ways to pay, see bottom of page.

Common or True Comfrey Seeds
with purple flowers (var patens).

$58.50 for 1 teaspoon, about 260 seeds. $1.95 shipping.



$31.90 for 1/2 teaspoon, about 130 seeds. $1.95 shipping.


$17.95 for 60 seeds. $1.95 shipping.


$9.95 for 30 seeds. $1.95 shipping.


$3.95 for 10 seeds. $1.95 shipping.


Special: 30 True Comfrey Seeds for $9.95 + Western North Carolina Farm and Garden Calendar, 280 page book for $20 (save $5). Total $29.95. Shipping is $3.99.


Frontier Dried Comfrey Root


Frontier Comfrey Root: Dried, Cut & Sifted. Organic. 1 pound. $17.90.
Shipping is $7 no matter how many pounds you order. You can add live comfrey roots and still have only $7 shipping.



For more information:
Frontier Dried Comfrey Root.


WiseWays Organic Comfrey Oil


Organic Comfrey Oil from WiseWays Herbals.
4 ounce bottle. $12.90.

Shipping is $2.50. Total $2.50 shipping no matter how many bottles you order.



Use for sprains, bruises, swellings, sunburn and other skin irritations. External use only. Preserved in olive oil. Natural healing.

For more information:
Organic Comfrey Oil.


Thorvin Organic Kelp from Iceland.
Add to your soil when you plant comfrey roots and seeds.
Thorvin Organic Icelandic Kelp

Rich in nutrients, minerals, vitamins, enzymes, amino acids, plant growth hormones. High in trace minerals. Bioactive, natural, pure, sustainable. Improves soil fertility and animal health. Helps seed germination.

Available: 5, 11, 22 or 44 cups. If you want to buy 11, 22 or 44 cups, or want more information including many photos: Organic Thorvin Kelp.



5 cups (about 2 pounds) Thorvin Organic Kelp from Iceland. $12.50 + $5.00 shipping.


Special: 11 cups (about 4 pounds) Thorvin Organic Kelp from Iceland + 2 Russian Comfrey Bocking #14 roots. $29.00 + $9.00 shipping.




Shipping & Handling
for Comfrey Roots and Frontier Comfrey Herb

    $7 shipping for all comfrey (live roots or dried) no matter how many you order.

    $1.95 shipping for comfrey seeds.
   
    We ship to the United States only.
    Comfrey roots ship by Priority Mail with Delivery Confirmation (tracking #).
    Seeds ordered alone are shipped First Class.

    See below for ways to pay.

Shipping Schedule
    We freshly dig each order.
    Comfrey root orders go out every Monday.
    Other orders go out within the next 2 business days.
    We dig the comfrey root and pack boxes on Sunday.
    Usually the weekly cutoff time is early Sunday morning.
    Sorry no pick up at the farm.

    You receive tracking information by email when we ship.
    If you do not receive Comfrey Root tracking information by Monday morning, make sure your PayPal email is correct.

    The shopping cart says "Health Treasures".


The photo to the right is Nancy standing in front of lovage in late summer.
The next photo is Dominique chickens and Ancona ducks in comfrey.
Those plants have been trimmed recently. They get much bigger.





"My 6 plants are doing well...4 of them have good leafing, and two are beginning to make flowers." -Tanya, Louisiana

"Here in the northwest inland, my comfrey is just starting to come up. Thank you for the start! I wish you well in the beauty of the coming growing season." -Chris, Washington



Ways to Pay         Email: orders@healthtreasures.com

PayPal Shopping Cart: You can pay with PayPal online using our shopping cart. All products have buttons you can click to order this way. You do not have to have a PayPal account to pay with your credit or debit card.

PayPal Money Request by Email: We send a PayPal Money Request by email. You pay online. Or you can send a PayPal payment from your PayPal account to orders@healthtreasures.com. Both are good for all purchases but especially those that combine shipping or have special pricing. Good for paying for hatching eggs.

PayPal Pay Now from Farm Site: Go to our PayPal page. Fill in the amount. Log into your PayPal account and pay. My account is Health Treasures. This is good for all orders but especially those that combine shipping or have special pricing. Good for paying for hatching eggs. After you pay, email us what you ordered.

Credit/Debit Card Online with 2Checkout: Pay online with Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, JCB, or Diners Card. Your credit card statement shows a charge by 2CO.com (2checkout.com). 2Checkout Payment page. Please include shipping. After you pay, you email us telling us what you ordered.

Credit/Debit Card Online using Email Invoice: If you want to pay by credit/debit card but do not want to use PayPal, we can email you an invoice to pay with a credit/debit card. In the email there will be a link to take you to an online payment page. Use Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, JCB, or Diners Card. Call or email us with your email address, though emailing is preferred.

Phone: We accept credit/debit cards by phone: Visa, MasterCard, and Discover. (2Checkout above does accept American Express.) Call us in North Carolina at 828-321-9036 any day, 9 am to 8 pm Eastern time. I am in and out working on the farm. Please leave a message if I do not answer. I will get back to you soon.

Check: We accept checks, money orders and cash. Checks need to clear before shipment. Make check payable to Nancy Shirley. Mail to: 477 Long Branch Road, Topton, NC 28781. Please include shipping.
If you are ordering many products, we can discount the shipping. Email us and we will give you a lower shipping cost than what is on the PayPal cart.

We ship to everywhere in the United States. The only exception are chicks, chickens, ducks, ducklings and goats need to be picked up at the farm. We do not ship outside the United States.

The photo below is Nancy in her garden. The photos to the right are tools for working in a comfrey patch, and Nancy's flower garden (day lily, anise hyssop, catnip).







 
Nantahala Farm in the Mountains of Western NC
Macon County (close to Cherokee, Graham and Swain Counties)
Topton, North Carolina 28781
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By appointment only. Please email or call before coming over.

828-321-9036
Please call between 9 am and 9 pm Eastern time, any day.
This is a landline, not cellular, so I can't receive texts.
Email is preferred: orders@healthtreasures.com


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