Bed 9

Bed 9 is planted to rhubarb and horseradish.

Bed 9

Horseradish and rhubarb are both perennial plants that take awhile to get established.

Horseradish can be quite invasive and is best planted in a confined area.

Rhubarb needs a very well drained location, so planting it in a raised bed should be a better situation than directly in the ground.

 

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