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HAVE: Victoria Rhubarb

Posted by disneynut1977 5A Syracuse NY (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 10, 07 at 13:33

I have a decent size clump, I put in last spring. I don't have enough room to put any more rhubarb in to have enough to make stuff with, so I want to pull this out and put something else there. I know it's kinda late, but if anybody here wants it.......... They are more than welcome to come and get it. It will be very easy to pull out. I have it in a raised bed and it went in just last spring. Let me know, if you are interested you are not gonna want to wait too long or you could just over-winter inside your house (garage, basement?)


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RE: HAVE: Victoria Rhubarb

I still have this.


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RE: HAVE: Victoria Rhubarb

Do you still have ? I'm wishing for rhubarb. kim


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RE: HAVE: Victoria Rhubarb

Sorry, no. I am gonna keep it and pick up 2 more bunches to place through out my front yard. Since no body jumped on this when I posted, I got to thinking and decided to just put a few 2'x2' raised box's through my yard in the sunny spots and put the rhubarb in them. So I have enough rhubarb plants to actually harvests the stalks.

Melissa

If your local to Syracuse, check out the farmers market on saturdays early in the season. That's where I got mine. I bought it from a farmer that just sells strawberries and rhubarb plants. 2 years ago I got a 3 gallon pot loaded with rhubarb for $3.00


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