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Growing Rhubarb from Seed.

Rhubarb pie! A beloved dessert in my family. Grandma’s strawberry, rhubarb pie is the stuff childhood memories are made of. So many tangy treats to make with rhubarb; rhubarb jam, rhubarb bread, bars, or something really different, Rhubarbecue sauce.
Here is the link for that recipe:  https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/rhubarbecue

Rhubarb is a cool weather perennial, preferring zone 6 or lower. It can be grown in zones 7 or 8, with some light shade, but it may not live as long. Starting rhubarb seeds in pots is an easy way to moderate soil moisture. Sow seeds 8 to 10 weeks before the last fall frost. Keep warm, 70º to 80º, for faster germination. Transplant outdoors two weeks before the last spring frost. 

Good companion crops are onions, garlic, cabbage, kale, broccoli, turnips and columbines. 

Growing Rhubarb from Seed.

Rhubarb pie! A beloved dessert in my family. Grandma’s strawberry, rhubarb pie is the stuff childhood memories are made of. So many tangy treats to make with rhubarb; rhubarb jam, rhubarb bread, bars, or something really different, Rhubarbecue sauce.
Here is the link for that recipe:  https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/rhubarbecue

Rhubarb is a cool weather perennial, preferring zone 6 or lower. It can be grown in zones 7 or 8, with some light shade, but it may not live as long. Starting rhubarb seeds in pots is an easy way to moderate soil moisture. Sow seeds 8 to 10 weeks before the last fall frost. Keep warm, 70º to 80º, for faster germination. Transplant outdoors two weeks before the last spring frost. 

Good companion crops are onions, garlic, cabbage, kale, broccoli, turnips and columbines. 

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