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Please look under each individual variety listings below for specific information about each variety!
Rhubarb should be planted in the spring when the soil is tillable. Frost will not kill it. Don’t harvest the first year from planting. The second year, harvest a few stalks but leave most for the development of your roots. By the third year, you can harvest at will during the spring from your first surge of stalks.
You are purchasing a 2 pack of bareroot Rhubarb
Botanical Name: Rheum Rhubarbarum ‘Crimson Red’, ‘Valentine’ or ‘Canada Red’
Soil: This should be considered a permanent bed; soil should be fertile and well-drained; a pH range of around 6.0-6.8 is desired; Add organic matter (such as aged cow or horse manure, prior to planting
These were the nicest rhubarb roots I have gotten from anybody. My only concern is how early they arrived and how they will keep while I hold them before planting. Small leaves are already visible and it is only Feb 20 with soggy ground and 3 inches of snow last night.