TOMPKINS COUNTY FLORA
Symphytum asperumLepechin
Mitchell NYNYFA TCUSDA NY
accepted accepted accepted
Prickly Comfrey

Boraginaceae

CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: Low gravelly, more or less calcareous, soils along streams and roadsides ; rare. June 10-July. Gravel bars in Salmon Creek, s. of Genoa; roadside near Mud Pond, Conquest; roadside s. of Westbury Bog. N. S. to N. Y. and Md. Introduced from Eu.


BH SPECIMENS FOR Symphytum asperum (this list may be incomplete)
 Ithaca, Cornell University, Student Garden, perennial 5 feet high, corollas blue-tinged red or rose-colored before anthesis, 8 Jun 1945, Huttleston 341 (BH 76200);
 Ithaca, north side of Coy Glen, woods, hairy variety, 11 Jun 1946, Clausen 6838 (BH 22959);
 Ithaca, along Cayuga Inlet, just north of mouth of Coy Glen, 4 Jun 1944, Schuster & Schuster 21038 (BH 22970);

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