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Well it can and does flower under certain conditions; first, some varieties are more prone to bolting or flowering, but otherwise, the factors are usually maturity, or conditions such as a very warm spring might trigger flowering, or stress such as suffering drought. Rhubarb crowns which are lifted and split when they get large enough are less likely to ...


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Assuming these leaves are the lower and thus larger of the leaves of your rhubarb, this is totally normal. Using sharp pruning shears cut those leaves off as close to the ground as possible. Are you Fertilizing at all? Nitrogen is a mobile chemical in plants. Where there is too little Nitrogen, the Nitrogen the plant has in its own cells gets transferred ...


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