Latin name: Rheum rhabarbarum
French : Rhubarbe
Height: 0.5 to 1 m
Width: Up to 1 m at maturity.
Days to maturity: 3 years
Sowing: Indoors in mid-April or directly in the garden after the last frost.
Depth: 1 cm
Germination: 14 to 30 days
Soil: Rich and deep.
Exposure: Sun, half shade.
Planting: In the garden after any risk of frost.
Plant spacing: 1m
Row spacing: 1m
Watering: Water in case of hot weather.
Care and other considerations:
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