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RHUBARB 'Timperley Early'

RHUBARB 'Timperley Early'

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Rhubarb 'Timperley Early'—a quintessential addition to your garden that promises a bountiful harvest of vibrant, tangy stalks. Renowned for its early cropping and robust growth, this heirloom variety is a favourite among gardeners and culinary enthusiasts alike.

The 'Timperley Early' Rhubarb boasts striking, deep red stalks with a tender texture that makes it perfect for a wide range of culinary delights. Whether you're indulging in mouthwatering pies, jams, or sauces, this variety's exceptional flavour profile sets it apart from the rest.

This perennial gem not only offers delectable culinary opportunities but also adds visual appeal to your garden. Its large, ornate leaves create a lush green backdrop, making it an attractive addition to both traditional and contemporary garden settings.

Key Features:
Early Cropping: 'Timperley Early' lives up to its name, producing an early harvest that allows you to enjoy the first rhubarb of the season.

Rich Flavour: The vibrant red stalks are not just a feast for the eyes—they deliver a deliciously tangy flavour that elevates your culinary creations.

Hardy and Vigorous: This rhubarb variety is known for its resilience and robust growth, ensuring a plentiful harvest year after year.

Versatile Culinary Uses: From classic rhubarb pies to savoury sauces and jams, the 'Timperley Early' adapts effortlessly to a variety of kitchen creations.

Ornamental Appeal: Beyond its culinary attributes, the large, decorative leaves of this rhubarb plant add a touch of elegance to your garden landscape.

• Plant Type: Perennial
• Height: 24-36 inches
• Spread: 36 inches
• Sun Exposure: Full sun to partial shade
• Soil Type: Well-draining, fertile soil
• Hardiness Zones: 3-8
• Blossom Colour: Greenish white
• Harvest Time: Early spring to early summer
• Watering: Keep consistently moist, but avoid waterlogged soil
• Maintenance: Low maintenance; divide every 4-5 years for optimal performance

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