Where can I plant rhubarb?

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It is advisable to plant rhubarb in a place where the temperatures are below 5 °C to break dormancy as well as to stimulate spring growth. During summer, it needs temperatures that are less than 24 °C for vigorous vegetative growth. It is a cool season perennial crop that is very winter hardy as well as resistant to drought.
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The main thing needed for rhubarb is raised beds so that water does not accumulate. They are very drought tolerant and a cool weather plant.
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The rhubarb plant originates from Asia.
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When to plant your rhubarb seeds will depend on your growing zone. Your growing zone, or hardiness zone is predetermined by tracking average temperatures and freeze dates particular
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1. Plan for rhubarb dividing during the correct season. The plant should be divided when it is dormant. In warmer climates, this may be mid-December or February. In colder climes,
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