Growing Rhubarb

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18 Dec 21 david (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
how do I get the stalks to grow red. The plants are thriving and are fertilised with seasol and watered reguarly.
28 Dec 21 Mary (Australia - temperate climate)
You have to buy the red variety. It's not like the hydrangea you manipulate the colour :)
26 Dec 21 Michael Barke (New Zealand - temperate climate)
If you are looking for a good vibrant red variety, try a variety called (??)
21 Dec 21 (Australia - temperate climate)
Give them time - also there is a red and a green variety. Check which one you have, if you can by googling.

If you are looking for a good vibrant red variety, try a variety called (??)

- Michael Barke

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