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Hobby gardeners without their own garden do not have to do without the enjoyment of home-grown rhubarb. It is very possible to cultivate the fruity, refreshing vegetable in a bucket. A few essential requirements must be taken into account:

  • the bucket has at least a volume of 40 liters
  • high-quality compost-based potting soil is used as the substrate
  • by regularly dividing the rootstock, you can keep growth under control

In addition, adequate fertilization is the focus of care. As a heavy feeder, rhubarb is particularly dependent on the additional supply of nutrients in the limited space of a bucket.

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