Growing Rhubarb

Do you plant the seed part of the rhubarb to make new plants, or is that bad?

By V.B. Jones

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May 9, 20120 found this helpful

It is best just to take a spade and remove part of the existing plant and plant it and water regularly. It will get established quite easily but do not harvest any stalks from the new plant until the following year.

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