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- If you receive your plants early in spring, grow them on in their bio-pot until plenty of leaves are showing. Keep compost moist in the pot and place in a sunny spot outside or on a windowsill.
- When it comes to planting outside, choose a sunny position and plant in well manured, rich soil (next to the compost heap is ideal)
- Dig a good-sized hole and plant 90cm apart.
- Next autumn when the plant dies down remove dead leaves and mulch with well-rotted manure or garden compost.
- Rhubarb is easy to care for and should be productive for up to ten years. You can harvest your plants next spring after they have had a year to establish.