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Rhubarb Seed

Not usually thought of as a seed raised plant but it's fairly easy to grow and well worth the effort. Early sown seeds can produce plants that will crop in the first season. Later sowings should be left until the following year before pulling any sticks. Sow the seeds in a seed bed at 2cm deep in February to April. The rows should be 30cm apart. Thin seedlings to 15cm apart. Lift the strongest plants with as much soil as possible 4-6 weeks later and plant out in the permanent site allowing 90cm of space all around. The first rhubarb stems should be ready to harvest from late summer. Subsequent years will produce crops from May onwards. We also have rhubarb crowns available if you'd like a head start on growing your own rhubarb!
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