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Chinese rhubarb (Rheum palmatum) is a majestic ornamental rhubarb for those that don’t quite have the space for a Gunnera. Huge leaves dark green leaves with purple-red undersides 75-90cm long form a large clump from which tall stems up to 2m high emerge bearing panicles of pink, sometimes creamy white, flowers. Note that unlike garden rhubarb this is not edible and is poisonous if consumed in large quantities.
Height: Up to 2.5 metres
Spread: Up to 2 metres
Planting position: Bog garden plant, damp poorly drained soil in full sun or part shade
Form: 2 litre in a pot -please select size below