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I am between houses and have grown rhubarb from seed successfully in a pot. If you transplant them into bigger pots will it grow well there until we get another house and I can plant them in the ground?

Submitted: 07:07PM, 10 Feb 2016
Answer: Hi Sally Anne, if the plant itself can wait to be transplanted autumn would be a better time, use a little bit of seaweed tonic to reduce the shock to the roots at the time of transplanting. I hope this helps
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
Tags: general
Answered: 08:16AM, 11 Feb 2016


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