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Stranger in R Collards

Posted by msflora 8 (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 18, 11 at 21:07

Two of these came up in our row of Collards that we started from seeds. I've never grown Rhubabrb but I'm thinkin that's prolly what they are. What do y'all think?

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RE: Stranger in R Collards

  • Posted by natal Louisiana 8b (My Page) on
    Sat, Nov 19, 11 at 22:04

That looks like bok choy to me. Good stuff!

RE: Stranger in R Collards

I agree on the bok choy Rhubarb never looks like that in any stage of its growth. I am trying to grow some Green Rhubarb but it probably will not make as it enjoys a freeze which we never seem to get but about every 10 years

RE: Stranger in R Collards

Thanks natal and wally. I've never heard of Bok Choy but I'm going to google it and see how to cook it. I like tring new things. Glad to hear it's good stuff natal.

I've never tried Rhubarb either -of any color wally but good luck with your Green ones.

RE: Stranger in R Collards

Rhubarb is a plant that enjoyed being frozen in the winter time. Bok Choy is great in stir fry or raw in a salad or cooked as greens.

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