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Glaskins Perptual Rhubarb (100-360 days, Heirloom)

Germ 10-21 days
British Heirloom
This variety provides a fine flavored early crop with cutting possible the first year after sowing. The bright red stems are somewhat slender and, of course, will provide decades of cutting. 

25 seeds


Indoors- Sow 1/4” deep, 6-8 weeks before last frost with soil temperature at 70 degrees. Transplant out after last frost.

Harvest- Pull the stalks from the base and cut off flowers as they emerge.

Tips- Plant in fertile soil amended with compost or well rotted manure and keep well watered.

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Loretta P.
United States United States

I am having a hard time getting my Rhubarb to come up , and stay alive when they do, so what is wrong? What is the differace between rhubarb and chard , always wanted to no? Thank You. Loretta

Kim O.
United States United States
glaskins perpetual rhubarb

great purchase, these beauties are doing great in my garden, very healthy plants.


Rhubarb tastes great. Very much like a good Granny Smith apple. I eat rhubarb like some folks eat celery, and it is wonderful to have this lower acid rhubarb around for a quick break while working in the garden. Seems to be best tasting in most sun.

Good looking rhubarb!

These seeds sprouted sooner than expected, and most grew very quickly into nice looking mostly cherry red stalked rhubarb. I got 22 seeds, 11 sprouted. 8 grew phenomenally fast (16" tall at 9 wks). 3 are runts at 1/2"-3" but they are growing fine. A couple are more green than red, but majority were red. I used fish emulsion with every watering. Haven't tasted these yet, but they look great.