This shot was taken on The Puffing Billy Track in Havant, Hampshire. White comfrey is also known as such things like Knitbone, Boneset, Bruisewort and Ass Ear but to name a few. It is a robust plant with broad leaves up to 30cm long, which taper into a point. The leaves begin as a rosette from the ground, have a rough texture, and are covered with short stiff hairs. The rosette supports a tall, erect flowering stem up to 1.5m tall, with bell-shaped mauve or white flowers which curve downwards that flower between May and July.