graibeard's Comfrey garden
Garden Type: Compost | Sun: Don't Know | Soil: None | Established: 2009 | Organic
A place holder for the comfrey leaf harvests and the subsequent tea fertilizer (undiluted) that is produced from the Comfrey: Tea column, or collector
Comfrey is used as it has a deep root system and can mine the nutrients from deep in the soil where they may otherwise be lost to our shallow plants. This can be described as dynamic accumulation. Comfrey has the added benefit that it also decomposes quickly.
The harvest tally is in grams but this can be directly converted to litres – 1000g = 1 litre
An outdoor organic garden located in Carnegie, Melbourne, Australia, graibeard's Comfrey garden currently contains 0 plants.This Compost garden is located in USDA Hardiness Zone 10 and has mainly None soil.
There are no plantings in this garden yet.