To be honest, I know nothing about rhubarb. Until I gave it a nibble the other day, I wouldn't have been able to tell you anything about its taste. (It's got a little kick to it! But not my favourite.) The plants don't mind the cold, so they're one of the more successful and established crops on the farm right now. Despite rhubarbs' poisonous leaves, the ravens still enjoy pecking at them, so that's why there's netting covering all the beds.