Harvest it in spring and into the summer by pulling or cutting off the thickest stalks at the base once they’ve reached a foot or so in length. Don’t take more than about one-third of the available stalks at any one time, and ease off harvesting as the stalks become thinner. If stalk production increases, you can harvest some stalks again in fall. Landscapes File Rheum, Gardens Ideas, Green Thumb, Local Food, Growing Rhubarb, Rhubarb Recipe, Perennials Plants, Summer Heat, Gardens Growing
Frugal Dad breaks down the steps on how to start a space-efficient and easy-to-maintain square foot garden. I agreed with everything but the idea that blueberries were a small plant. WHAT?! they're a bush that only gets bigger.