A great groundcover for difficult places, Creeping Comfrey (Symphytum grandiflorum) forms a low-growing carpet dotted with pretty bell-shaped flowers in the spring. Flowers emerge deep pink, then turn light blue and finally creamy white. Once flowering is done you can optionally cut the plants down and they will regrow and often rebloom. The leaves are rich in nutrients and make an excellent compost or fertilizer. Pollinator friendly. Spreads fairly vigorously.
Sun to Part Shade. 10" tall.