Symphytum officinale, a
perennial herb at approximately 1m, originating in Europe, grows
wild in damp locations, with coarse white hairs throughout, feeling
sandy. Radical leaves have long petioles, and on-stem leaves are
alternate and long oblong-shaped, with entire margins. Stem's upper
parts bear cymes, which are purple to white flowers that bloom
facing downward; corollas are bell-shaped with tips cleft in five.
Bloom time: May-September.