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By Pip_c

Southern Sydney, NSW, Australia Au

My Rhubarb stems just aren't turning red. I don't know why. Can I eat them even though they aren't the conventional colour?




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Not all varieties of rhubarb go red. Also isn't it the middle of winter with you?

21 Aug, 2009

 

Moongrower's right, not all stems are red - different varieties have different colour stems, varying from pale pink, thinnish stems, through to deep red, or mostly green and usually quite chunky stems. And yes, you can eat them!

21 Aug, 2009

 

Oops thanks Bamboo - forgot to say that :-)

21 Aug, 2009

 

Thanks Moongrower and Bamboo!

9 Oct, 2009

 

You are welcome - are you a very occasional visitor to GoY?

9 Oct, 2009

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