How to Sow
Rhubarb may be a little slow to grow from seed, but once you have it, you can keep dividing the crowns to get fresh plants. Lightly cover your seeds with growing medium and keep your seed trays moist until the seedlings appear. Don’t delay transplanting if you start them in trays.
How to Harvest
Cut the leaf stalks or pull downwards and outwards. Always leave your plants with enough leaves to keep growing. In autumn, leave more foliage on the plant since it will want food for its winter dormancy. Never eat the leaves. Only the stems are edible.