Where to 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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1. Select a planting site that gets full sun, which is at least eight hours daily. The soil should drain well. Edges of garden beds are good sites because the rhubarb will not interfere
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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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