I found a lovely big patch of Comfrey
when I was out and about last weekend. Comfrey tea
is a wonderful plant feed if you don't mind a bit of a pong around the garden.
Pick a bag full of Comfrey leaves and submerge them in a bucket of water and hold them down with a brick or a stone. The leaves will break down in a couple of weeks into a foul-smelling but nutritious plant food. Provides nutrients for growing fruit, veggies and flowers at this time of year. The concentrated liquid feed has to be diluted before use. I use 1 cup full in a watering can of water.
Oh... and I have to find a safe place for this bucket of rotting comfrey... Leo drinks out of anything during this hot weather!