Sweet dreams all ...
Mine arrived with the magazine ok.
I've flagged this up to the GW team and I'm sure someone will contact you when they're back in the office next week.
There should be rhubarb plants in pots available from garden centres in early spring. You can plant them then but don't take any stalks until 2018.
I've a feeling these might not be appropriate for a 'family' forum
Hello and welcome Glenys
Liri ............ that's absolutely wonderful
All Christmas cards have been written, apart from the ones that OH does himself ...........
It's not easy to kill it (except by picking too much) but it does take just a little bit of love to get the best out of it ... same as most things
Meanwhile practise your custard making so you can make this http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/10500/rhubarb-and-custard-cake
It's a family favourite here
Perhaps it's a quiz????????
Hope there's a prize
I know it's not as tough as officinalis - but I'd rather take some cuttings as a back up and put the plants in a sheltered spot outside - under a lean-to - something like that, rather than have them look so unhappy - they look as if they've got powdery mildew.
Why have you brought them indoors - they don't like it. My sage is planted out in the garden.
I suspect it's some form of promotion ... but maybe I'm just getting cynical in my old age ...................