Flowering Now! Symphytum ibericum

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Dwarf comfrey, or Symphytum ibericum, is a hardy, creeping perennial that can spread up to 1m. This makes it a great choice for a ground cover, particularly beneath trees and shrubs where it is difficult to establish other plants.

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Categories: Flowers, Plants

Posted by The Frustrated Gardener

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