Common Comfrey


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Family: Boragineae (Borage)

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Hairy perennial of damp ground, often found beside rivers. Widespread but common only in C and S England. Stems prominently winged. Oval leaves hairy, upper ones clasping stem. Curved clusters of pink-purple or cream flowers appear May to June. Height up to 1m