Rhubarb Crown

Hi,
I have just collected a rhubarb crown, however these were loose in the bag .. are they likely to grow too?

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  • twopennytwopenny Forumite
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    Candy, what were loose?
    It's not clear. You collected A CROWN but they were loose in the bag.
    Is there more than one?

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  • WoolseryWoolsery Forumite
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    twopenny said:
    Candy, what were loose?
    It's not clear. You collected A CROWN but they were loose in the bag.
    Is there more than one?
    OP has only 17 posts and may not yet be able to post pictorial content, despite being around for a longish time. No one knows exactly what the rules are.
    However, as in all gardening, the answer will be "Plant them and see!"

  • MojisolaMojisola Forumite
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    Candyb101 said:
    I have just collected a rhubarb crown, however these were loose in the bag .. are they likely to grow too?
    Rhubarb can sprout from very small pieces so I'd go with Woolsery's advice - plant the bits and see what happens.

  • Candyb101Candyb101 Forumite
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    Candyb101 said:
    Hi,
    I have just collected a rhubarb crown, however these were loose in the bag .. are they likely to grow too?
    Sorry, didn't realise I couldn't post photo's ...
    Yes it was 2 small crowns in loose in the bag .. 
    I will plant them and fingers crossed they will grow

  • twopennytwopenny Forumite
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    Well I slung one onto a stoney corner ane forgot to dispose of it and it rooted and produced for years!
    Given the right spot thy seem tough as old boots. Just not to sunny. If you put the stones you get from the other beds around it to keep in the moisture that should help too.
    Good luck  :)

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