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Growing Rhubarb

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10 Feb 18 Mary Ann (Australia - temperate climate)
I have a rhubarb plant in a polystyrene box. It is growing well, and the stems are thick, but haven't coloured. Should I move it into shade?
12 Feb 18 Mike (Australia - temperate climate)
There is two types of rhubarb - green and red. Maybe you have the green variety. For 5-6 years I bought celery seedlings (the label shows a nice bunch of celery). Every year I end up with Italian Parsley or similar). Even from two different nurseries.
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