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14 Jun 17 Andy Charlton (Australia - temperate climate)
Hi live in Goulburn NSW which is best time to grow from seed and how to thank you
15 Jun 17 Sean (Australia - temperate climate)
i would sow rhubarb seed in the spring when the weather starts to warm up. Seeds need to be lightly covered with soil and kept moist. Spring sowing will give the plants a chance to attain some size before the following winter. Seedlings can be very variable from green to red stalks and from thin to thick stalks. Discard the seedlings after the season that don't meet your requirements.
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