Permaculture companion plants for Comfrey

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Apple Apple
Malus domestica
Moist
Prefers full sun, Tolerates partial shade
3-8
Trees
European crab apple
light (sandy), medium, heavy (clay)
3
2
Rosaceae
10.0
0
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Peach Peach
Prunus persica
Fast
Moist
Prefers full sun
5-9
Trees
Flowering Peach, Ornamental Peach, Common Peach
light (sandy), medium, heavy (clay)
5
3
Rosaceae
6
3
Pfirsich, Bergpfirsich, Tellerpfirsich, Saturnpfirsich, Weinbergpfirsich
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Borage Borage
Borago officinalis
Medium
Dry, Moist
Prefers full sun, Tolerates partial shade
6-9
Common borage, Cool-tankard, Tailwort
light (sandy), medium, heavy (clay)
3
3
Boraginaceae
0.6
3
Borretsch
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Sweet cherry Sweet cherry
Prunus avium
Fast
Moist
Prefers full sun, Tolerates partial shade
3-7
Trees
Sweet cherry
light (sandy), medium, heavy (clay)
4
2
Rosaceae
18.0
4
Süßkirsche
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Sour cherry Sour cherry
Prunus cerasus
Moist
Prefers full sun, Tolerates partial shade
3-7
Trees
light (sandy), medium, heavy (clay)
1
2
Rosaceae
6.0
3
Sauerkirsche
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Rose Rose
Rosa spp.
Shrubs
Prefers full sun, Tolerates partial shade
2
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Black raspberry Black raspberry
Rubus occidentalis
Moist
Prefers full sun, Tolerates partial shade
3-7
Shrubs
light (sandy), medium, heavy (clay)
4
2
Rosaceae
3.0
1
Schwarze Himbeere
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Red raspberry Red raspberry
Rubus idaeus
Medium
Moist
Prefers full sun, Tolerates partial shade
3-8
Shrubs
American red raspberry, Grayleaf red raspberry
light (sandy), medium, heavy (clay)
5
3
Rosaceae
2.0
3
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Red mulberry Red mulberry
Morus rubra
Moist
Prefers full sun, Tolerates partial shade
4-9
Trees
Common Mulberry, White Mulberry
light (sandy), medium, heavy (clay)
3
2
Moraceae
15.0
2
Rote Maulbeere
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Black walnut Black walnut
Juglans nigra
Fast
Moist
Prefers full sun
4-9
Tall trees
light (sandy), medium, heavy (clay)
3
3
Juglandaceae
30.0
4
Schwarznuss
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Black mulberry Black mulberry
Morus nigra
Slow
Moist
Prefers full sun, Tolerates partial shade
5-9
Trees
light (sandy), medium, heavy (clay)
5
3
Moraceae
10.0
3
Schwarze Maulbeere
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White mulberry White mulberry
Morus alba
true
Medium
Moist
Prefers full sun, Tolerates partial shade
3-9
Trees
Common Mulberry
light (sandy), medium, heavy (clay)
4
3
Moraceae
18
4
Weiße Maulbeere
Young leaves are edible. #### Links [White mulberry @ Plants For A Future](https://pfaf.org/User/Plant.aspx?LatinName=Morus alba) Show

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Potato Potato
Solanum tuberosum
Moist
Prefers full sun
3-10
Irish potato, Andigena
light (sandy), medium, heavy (clay)
5
2
Solanaceae
1.0
0
Kartoffel
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Common Hazelnut Common Hazelnut
Corylus avellana
Medium
Moist
Prefers full sun, Tolerates partial shade
4-8
Trees
Common filbert, European Filbert, Harry Lauder's Walking Stick, Corkscrew Hazel, Hazel
light (sandy), medium, heavy (clay)
5
2
Betulaceae
6.0
5
Haselnuss
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Gooseberry Gooseberry
Ribes uva-crispa
Medium
Moist
Prefers full sun, Tolerates partial shade
4-8
Shrubs
European gooseberry, American gooseberry, Cu li, Egres, Fuge, Gigadze, Groseille a maquareau, Groseillier, Grosella blanca, Grosellero, Kikerberi, Kryhovnik, Maru suguri, Stachelbeere, Uva spina
light (sandy), medium, heavy (clay)
5
1
Grossulariaceae
1.2
2
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Goumi Goumi
Elaeagnus multiflora
Medium
Dry, Moist
Prefers full sun, Tolerates partial shade
5-9
Trees
cherry elaeagnus, cherry silverberry, gumi, natsugumi, Essbare Ölweide, Rote Sommer-Ölweide, Langstielige Ölweide, Japanische Ölweide, Cibie, Longipe bush, Mupan-hsia
light (sandy), medium, heavy (clay)
5
2
Elaeagnaceae
3.0
3
Reichblütige Ölweide
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Goji Goji
Lycium barbarum
true
Medium
Moist
Prefers full sun, Tolerates partial shade
6-9
Shrubs
goji berry, wolfberry, Box Thorn, Matrimony vine, Chinese matrimony vine, Chirchitta, Chirmethi, Duke of Argyle's teaplant, Ganger, Gangro, Gou qi zi, Kangu, Khatai, Kichar, Kutyafa, Licium, Morali, Ning xia gou qi, Wolfberry Also known as: Baies de Goji, Baies de Lycium, Barberry Matrimony Vine, Chinese Boxthorn, Di Gu Pi, Épine du Christ, Fructus Lycii, Fructus Lycii Berry, Fruit de Lycium, Goji Chinois, Goji de l’Himalaya, Goji Juice, Jus de Goji, Kuko, Lichi, Licium Barbarum, Litchi, Lychee, Lyciet, Lyciet Commun, Lyciet de Barbarie, Lycii Berries, Lycii Fruit, Lycium Fruit
light (sandy), medium, heavy (clay)
4
3
Solanaceae
2.5
3
Goji, goji berry, or wolfberry (Chinese: 枸杞; pinyin: gǒuqǐ), is the fruit of either Lycium barbarum or Lycium chinense, two closely related species of boxthorn in the nightshade family, Solanaceae. L. barbarum and L. chinense fruits are similar but can be distinguished by differences in taste and sugar content. Both species are native to Asia, and have been long used in traditional Asian cuisine. The fruit has also been an ingredient in traditional Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, and Japanese medicine, since at least the 3rd century CE. The plant parts are called by the Latin names lycii fructus (fruit), herba lycii (leaves), etc., in modern official pharmacopeias. #### Links [Goji @ Plants For A Future](https://pfaf.org/User/Plant.aspx?LatinName=Lycium barbarum) Show

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