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(@Lynne101) Lynne M. said:April 15th, 2018 (11:25pm) PDT
A glass of Rhubarb Wine would be just perfect to wash down the Rhubarb Crumble (Crisp). So red.... :-)
@Brian replied: That is exactly what we had for dinner last night....home-made rhubarb wine and rhubarb crisp. Thanks for the comment. Brian
(@Jennybear) Jenny Stevens said:July 20th, 2014 (8:25am) PDT
Hi Brian,,,,I will order a case please and thank you !!! Great colors.
(@LauraSample) Laura Sample said:July 18th, 2014 (5:53am) PDT
Oh yes, Brian, rhubarb grows so well on the coast. Our patch was over 5 feet high in late April. We picked it and took many, many pounds to our kids in Alberta. Their's was just sprouting. Unfortunately my husband thinks rhubarb should be considered a weed and won't eat it. ;>(
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Brian Paust
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Red Victoria rhubarb from my large rhubarb patch. Just about all the plants are of British Columbia origin. ...beautiful and productive plants. Much of the production goes into either rhubarb crisp or rhubarb wine. Currently have twelve gallons fermenting and several hundred bottles aging. These plants grow about six feet from the edge of the sea and are fertilized with pop weed, a common sewed that grows in the upper intertidal zone. Petersburg, Alaska.

Uploaded: Jul 17th, 2014 (9:00pm)
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