How to deal with rhubarb that has gone to seed

What to do when your rhubarb goes to seed and the plant growth slows down.

1. Cut the central stalk with the seed head off, leaving enough length so you can put a plastic bottle over it.

2. The bottle protects the stalk and prevents rain water going down the central hole so the core won’t rot.

 

That’s what I have just learnt this week!

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