You have to live where the ground freezes solid in the winter for rhubarb to
You can plant it any time you want to. Once it gets established, you can't
with a napalm strike, IME.
If you can get some composted cow, horse or chicken poop, put that in the hole
before you plant the rhubarb. Once the plant gets growing good, side dress
compost or manure. Then stand back and watch it grow like crazy.
USDA zone 3
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I believe rhubarb just needs enough constantly cold weather to make it
go dormant in the winter. That's a long way from the ground "freezing
solid." In a mild winter the ground may never freeze solid even though
the temps. are down around 20 F.
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