Fruit Rhubarb Victoria

by Dave
(Nebraska)

i just seeded a week ago and i have 4 little plants. This is a good start i will transfer the plants two more times before putting them in the ground.
i really would like to establish good roots but i'm also interested in how fast they will grow. I still have 1/2 the seeds to do use in a later day so that i can plant it directly on soil. This year we are experiencing a long period of drought for that reason i have decide that it would be easy to test how much water and time is needed to grown into a full plant.
I really like Rhubard and strawberry compote. Maybe by the fall i will have some. I will be back with an update.

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