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Rhubarb

  • The Rhubarb plants emerge through the soil early in the growing season.
  • The tart, colorful rhubarb can be used in pies and great jams.
Rhubarb (Rheum rhaponticum) Varieties Available

Ships Spring Only

CANADA RED

This very popular rhubarb has tender, sweet, stalks that are red clear through. Plants are hardy and grow in most well-drained soil types. (zone 3-8) SHIPS SPRING ONLY. BUYER ASSUMES ALL RISK FOR GROWTH OF RHUBARB SHIPPED AFTER APRIL 30th.

Price Per Division Per 10 Per 25 Per 100 Per 250
No. 1 Divisions

$ 6.59 $ 6.24 $ 5.87 $ 5.17

CRIMSON RED

Excellent sweet yet tart flavor with bright red color. Winter hardy and disease resistant. (zone 3-8) SPRING SHIP ONLY. BUYER ASSUMES ALL RISK FOR GROWTH OF RHUBARB SHIPPED AFTER APRIL 30TH.

Price Per Division Per 10 Per 25 Per 100 Per 250
No. 1 Divisions

$ 6.59 $ 6.24 $ 5.87 $ 5.17

VICTORIA

Heirloom variety that can be harvested after the first year! Slender red/green stalks that are excellent for cooking and baking. (zone-3-8) SPRING SHIP ONLY. BUYER ASSUMES ALL RISK FOR GROWTH OF RHUBARB SHIPPED AFTER APRIL 30TH.

Price Per Division Per 10 Per 25 Per 100 Per 250
Root

$ 4.13 $ 3.82 $ 3.41 $ 2.94

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Plant Details:

Remove Rhubarb from shipping box immediately. Store Rhubarb in a cool dry place. Rhubarb maybe stored in dry sawdust. Rhubarb roots have a short shelf life.

Any type of well- drained soil.

Dig a hole 2”– 3” deeper than the root. Place in the hole facing up 2”– 3” below ground level. Plant 2’ apart.

WE DO NOT RECOMMEND MULCHING AROUND OUR PLANTS or fertilizing plants until after roots are established. Do not plant or pot in any media containing bark or wood chips. We recommend potting rhubarb divisions in 2 gallon containers. Roots may be potted in one gallon containers.

Rhubarb is a cool weather growing plant – plant as early as possible in the springtime.

On the edge of your vegetable garden, in foundation plantings, border plantings. Will grow 2’ x 2’ tall the second year.