It would need to be a large container, the larger the better. And yes they
love manure, plant directly into well rotted manure and watch it go. hence
the large containers obviously.
I dont think it's actually bulbs you've got, but what we call crowns in UK,
I don't know about US, but anyway let's not fall out over terminology.
On 11/30/04 1:50 PM, in article
41aceb26$0$22705$ email@example.com, "Graham Feeley"
Growing rhubarb in containers? I have thought of that also. But, the rhubarb
plants I have seen have roots three feet plus long. The roots don't seem to
have 'hair' type roots. Just long tap roots...three plus feet long. How they
would do in a container, I'm not sure. You could try it as an experiment but
you would be assured of success by planting in the ground....with lots of
manure and lots of water...Good luck.
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