I'd much rather see crocuses ;) Although at this point, I'll take pretty much anything!
It may be possible to kill rhubarb, but I have no evidence of that. It takes more than winter!Mary Anne in Kentucky
Agreed, Reb. But rhubarb is pretty exciting in its own way. We also have some new, fresh stalks on the Egyptian onions.Mary Anne, rhubarb can't be killed by conventional means.
You always remind me that I must taste rhubarb again now that I'm not a kid anymore (barely). I'd like to like it.
Rhubarb, is there anything it can't do? That's a nice shot of it just waking up.
Hilary, if you're ever out this way I'll make you a rhubarb pie with a caramel oatmeal streusel topping.Thanks, Laurita.
Rhubarb is one of those things that isn't grown around here very often. In fact, i've never seen it or had the chance to taste it. It must be a sight for sore eyes up there, and i hope you get a bumper crop this year.
And here's me thinking that the UK is behind everyone else. I've got rhubarb growing in a compost trough at the back of the garden and it's pushing 12 inches in height at the moment. It's growing like wild fire. Cool photo, Leah.
No rhubarb?! How have you lived this long?!Kidding aside, it is good to see it growing. It's something we can depend on. Thanks for your wishes for a bumper crop, Messymimi. Plenty of pies are sprouting.Thanks re: the pic, David. Sounds like you've got some healthy stalks.
Oh.I missed this.I guess it doesn't matter today.ALTHOUGH...it is rather pleasant to know that something alive is in fact lurking under the cold white.
Dawn, that's what I was thinking. There's life under there somewhere.
YAY! Rhubarb! Of course, since I'm a day late with my comment, I am aware that it is now covered with a blanket of snow! Good thing rhubarb is tough.
Bag Lady, it's good enough now to know it's there.
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