Don’t Let Rhubard Flower

The red vegetable is native to colder climates, where it begins to grow in the early spring. If you live in the appropriate climate to grow rhubarb, it’s a great addition to your vegetable garden. The perennial crop needs lots of sun and moist, rich soil. Other than that, once established, rhubarb plants aren’t too high maintenance, and can be harvestable for many years to come. However, there are some issues that may arise during the plant’s lifetime. All plants are susceptible to issues like bugs and disease, but rhubarbs have a unique issue to look out for — flowering stalks.

Lucy Clark

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