Stephanie @ Garden Therapy
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How to Harvest Rhubarb & a Sorbet Recipe mmmm


Rhubarb may be a hardy garden plant, but harvesting it the right way will produce the best tasting and most abundant stalks. Check out the full post for more on rhubarb and the right timing to harvest the plants. Plus there is a rhubarb sorbet recipe you will LOVE!
How to Harvest Rhubarb
How to Harvest Rhubarb
To harvest rhubarb solidly grasp the stem and twist to the side and pull to remove. Do not cut the stalks.
To harvest rhubarb solidly grasp the stem and twist to the side and pull to remove. Do not cut the stalks.
Trim the leaves in a fan pattern for storing in the fridge or  trim the tops completely if you plan to use the rhubarb right away.
Trim the leaves in a fan pattern for storing in the fridge or trim the tops completely if you plan to use the rhubarb right away.
Whether stalks are red or green doesn't affect flavour, but the red stalks are generally preferred to make the beautiful pink colour often associated with rhubarb desserts...
Whether stalks are red or green doesn't affect flavour, but the red stalks are generally preferred to make the beautiful pink colour often associated with rhubarb desserts...
...like this Rhubarb Sorbet Recipe: http://gardentherapy.ca/rhubarb-sorbet-recipe/
...like this Rhubarb Sorbet Recipe: http://gardentherapy.ca/rhubarb-sorbet-recipe/
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