keep your windows closed nancy. steven
I respectfully disagree ~~~ this is a REAL poem!
Thanks for keeping us up to date on the rhubarb. My anxiety level regarding the rhubarb invasion increases daily!
I didn't know rhubarb was invasive. I thought the buckets were placed over it to 'force' it;-)
I'm just making fun of it because I'm not a big fan of rhubarb and its phoenix-like rise from winter-nothingness was quite impressive. It's not as if I encouraged it at all. The root base becomes larger each year, adding three or four inches around the periphery. If the patch is about 2x3 feet (of dirt, the leaves cover about 4x6), next year it'll be 2 and a half by 3 and a half.
Aaargh! It's invaded Scotland too!
Happy birthday, rhubarb. May you have many more.
My grandmother called it the spring tonic. I guess I ate it because it was there. I didn't know it was invasive. It's a rare commodity here in Florida.
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