0

Your Cart is Empty

309

Glaskins Perptual Rhubarb (100-360 days, Heirloom)

4 reviews

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

PLANTING:

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.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews Write a review
Customer Reviews
5 Based on 4 Reviews
Write a Review Ask a Question
  • Reviews
  • Questions

Thank you for submitting a review!

Your input is very much appreciated. Share it with your friends so they can enjoy it too!

Filter Reviews:
  • garden
  • plants
  • purchase
  • beauties
LP
06/03/2020
Loretta P.
United States United States
Rhubarb

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

KO
05/24/2020
Kim O.
United States United States
glaskins perpetual rhubarb

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

P
06/14/2017
pam
update

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.

P
04/23/2017
Pam
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.