Beautiful crimson colors make this a delightful, edible, ornamental addition to your garden. Double stalks and crimson color make it look like rhubarb. The leaves are dark green and heavily crinkled. The taste is sweet and delicious! This particular variety has been cultivated since before the Civil War. In early spring, sow seeds ¼” deep and ½” apart. Thin plants to 3-4” apart. 60 days to full maturity.
Approx. 100 seeds.