Rhubarb – The Types and Decoration in Kitchen and Garden

Rhubarb - The Types and Decoration in Kitchen and Garden
Rhubarb – The Types and Decoration in Kitchen and Garden

It’s impossible not to admire giant plants – you can feel the power and vitality all at once. Although our small plots are not suitable for giant plants, many people want to grow such things. We also have Rhubarb at the edge of the woods (our small plot borders the woodland), with 8 feet (2.4 m) tall foliage growing on thin gray woodland soil, 2 feet (60 cm) in diameter. Power! On the property, understandably, it also sprouted. The huge lobster-like leaves have to be cut down after admiring them. Incidentally, the locals acidify the young leaf petioles, which taste great. But Rhubarb is a topic that threatens administrative penalties in many places, so it’s best to enjoy other burdock plants like Rhubarb. and it has something that will surprise you!

This ThumbGarden article looks at Rhubarb – familiar and unfamiliar varieties, their ornamental qualities, and what delicious things we make with Rhubarb.


Rhubarb is Familiar

In North America, Rhubarb is commonly used to make cakes, pies, towers, cookies, sauces, Rhubarb jam, etc. It is very popular in Nort