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Rhubarb

  • Stalks make delicious pies, sauce and jam!
  • We propagate our rhubarb from divisions which are made by dividing a crown with a knife.
Varieties Available
Ships Spring Onlyl

Crimson Red Rhubarb - Excellent sweet yet tart flavor with bright red color. Winter hardy and disease resistant. (zone 3-8)NOT AVAILABLE FOR FALL 2018 SHIPPING

$7.00 / plant for 1-9 plants
$6.65 / plant 10 or more plants


Canada Red Rhubarb - This very popular rhubarb has tender, sweet stalks that are red clear through. Plants are hardy and grow in moist, well-drained soil. (zone 3-8)NOT AVAILABLE FOR FALL 2018 SHIPPING

$7.00 / plant for 1-9 plants
$6.65 / plant 10 or more plants


Victoria Rhubarb - Heirloom variety. Slender red/green stalks can be harvested after the first year. Excellent for cooking and baking. (zone 3-8)NOT AVAILABLE FOR FALL 2018 SHIPPING

$4.75 / plant for 1-9 plants
$4.51 / plant 10 or more plants


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Plant Details:

Same as peonies and other bulbs. Cool dry place. Do not moisten roots. Put dry sawdust in bin. Plants have short shelf life.

Will grow in acid, alkaline, sandy, clay or any type of black soil. If potting, use any type of potting soil.

Fall (October preferably). Can also be planted in spring, but some plants may die if planted in late spring. Rhubarb is a cool weather growing plant.

Dig a hole as deep as the division. Place division in the hole with buds facing up. Buds should be 1" below ground level. Plant 2 feet apart.

On edge of vegetable garden, in foundation plantings, border plantings. Will only grow 24" tall the second year.