Logan Byrd wrote:
1. Do I keep the seed in the casing or remove it once it is dry?
Yes you can leave them in
2. How true to the parent does rhubarb seed tend to be?
Not very, but that's ok you will get hundreds of seeds and can pick the plants you like
3. How long does rhubarb seed store for under good conditions?
no idea I'm afraid
4. Is there anything special (such as stratification or scarification) that needs to be done to the seeds before replanting?
No they grow very easily
Vera Stewart wrote:I'm hoping that if I can get seeds started later this year/next spring, I'll be able to get some red stalked plants going. At the moment I only have green. I've read somewhere that one in twenty or so seedlings will be red.