Answer: Rhubarb does best in a very rich, evenly moist yet well drained soil (meaning not soggy) in full sun. Since it grew well last year, I would suspect lack of moisture to be the most likely problem now. You might check the soil with your finger to see if it is moist or not. If not, water deeply about once a week rather than sprinkling lightly more often. You might also provide it with several inches of organic mulch to help conserve soil moisture. If you decide to move it, fall or very early spring, even before it begins to grow would be best. Good luck with your rhubarb!
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