These tall perennial wildflowers can be seen growing in moist pasture lands and on the banks of streams and rivers from southern Canada to Texas.
This is a plant that produces tiny greenish white flowers in June and July in an insignificant cluster. Bright red berries follow the flowers in late summer.
Modern researchers have confirmed that caraway oil has a mild antispasmodic effect in addition to its culinary appeal.
Also known as knitbone, the name comfrey may come from the Latin word which means “knitting together” and refers to its use in healing fractures.