(INDIAN RHUBARB) Deciduous perennial with thick rhizomes that form 2-3’ clumps of ruffled,
rounded leaves cupped to hold water (pretty!). April flowers before leaves emerge, showy round
clusters of light pink flowers sought out by bees and butterflies. Best in cooler climates, dislikes
heat & humidity. Native to mountain stream banks from SW Oregon to NW California; moist to wet
soil, bogs, water’s edge; sun to shade (leaves get bigger in some shade); nice fall color!
USDA Z5 3” pot