how to grow rhubarb. Good basic post on what to expect and how to prep the soil. I LOVE rhubarb.
Anybody have a rhubarb plant I could split?
Growing asparagus. Perennial vegetable = only plant once! Good companions: rhubarb, strawberry, horseradish.
"Everything you should know in growing Rhubarb. We show you how to grow it and give you tips to make your rhubarb season a success."
Growing Rhubarb in the Home Garden, HYG-1631-04
Rheum palmatum var. tanguticum The large, jagged leaves of this rhubarb bring architectural drama to a moist pond edge. As well as being a valuble ornamental plant, its red stems are full of flavour, making this a variety well worth growing as an edible crop. Divide the rootstock in spring with a knife, leaving one bud on each division, or sow seed in autumn. Full sun to partial shade.
I Hear Exercise Will Kill You: What you don't know about growing rhubarb, but probably should.
Growing Rhubarb : How to to Grow Rhubarb – Plants, Seeds, Harvesting » The Homestead Survival
How to grow Rhubarb ... This is fascinating information, such as you can make an insecticide out of the leaves!
The Ultimate #Rhubarb Guide: Grow, Harvest, Cook Preserve. Good instructions on how to grow with links to lots of ways to use your harvest.
What you don't know about growing rhubarb, but probably should.
Perennial Vegetables: Years of Bounty | Small Footprint Family
Inspiration for an Urban Kitchen Garden. Tucked snugly around a terra cotta garden cloche in raised beds: lettuces, chives, rhubarb, and borage occupy a fairly small space. More ideas for the modern urban kitchen gardener include the use of creeping thyme as a ground cover and growing herbs and other vegetables in pots vertically, by arranging them on a vintage step ladder. The cold frame is built into the eaves of an A-frame structure. Take a look at your own outdoor space,
Rhubarb: Planting, Growing, and Harvesting Rhubarb Plants. Sadly, our rhubarb plant did not make it through the winter. Planted a new one in a sunnier spot and hoping we'll see success next year!
I was at my local farm and garden store yesterday and spotted RHUBARB CROWNS!! You know what this means right? It's almost time to get busy gardening people! Wahooooo. If you have never grown rhubarb before, it's super easy. In fact it's so easy it's one...
Gunnera tinctora leaf - "Chilean rhubarb" is a giant, clump-forming herbaceous perennial that can grow over 6.5 feet tall. The leaves can grow up to 8 feet across. I gotta try growing this again!