New plants begin producing edible stalks within two or three years of
transplanting. Rhubarb requires digging and division every four to six years.
Divide in ...
Feb 8, 2006 ... Early spring is an excellent time to transplant rhubarb. As soon as the ground is
workable, carefully dig up the plants in early spring before ...
Rhubarb: Planting, Growing, and Harvesting Rhubarb Plants. ... Add some
compost or aged manure to the soil when transplanting and water well. The
May 14, 2004 ... Q. When can I start harvesting my newly planted rhubarb? ... A. Rhubarb can be
transplanted in early spring or early fall (mid-September ...
Transplanting rhubarb is one of the easier tasks that you will carry out in your
May 20, 2010 ... A quick aside here: when I speak of “transplanting rhubarb”, I mean something
closer to “dividing and sharing” rhubarb. I do not mean “moving ...
Jan 20, 2015 ... Dividing Rhubarb Plants: How And When To Divide Rhubarb ... Prior to
transplanting, soak the refrigerated sections in room temperature water ...
May 8, 2013 ... Rhubarb can be divided in either the fall or the spring. ... towel to prevent the
roots from drying out while you prepare the soil for transplanting.
A true perennial, rhubarb plants can yield harvests 5 to 8 years or longer. Once
plants are established, they don't transplant easily, so choose your planting site
carefully. .... My rhubarb was growing fine, then stalks began to fall over and rot.
Hello I'm very new to allotments and growing veg. My husband and I have
recently got a plot and at the moment we're clearing in preparation.