Growing Rhubarb

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12 Oct 20 Melanie Taylor (Australia - temperate climate)
Just wondering if it is possible to grow rhubarb in a large container, we have downsized and are short on space? TIA
13 Oct 20 Marshall (USA - Zone 10a climate)
Hi, Rhubarb does great in containers. I've had one for years as an ornamental.
13 Oct 20 (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
You could do it. It would take a lot of looking after. A suggestion, buy a 200lt drum, cut it in half, put some holes in the bottom for drainage. Plastic 200lt drum on Facebook - market place.

Hi, Rhubarb does great in containers. I've had one for years as an ornamental.

- Marshall

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