Rhubarb—what a delicious treat! Baked in a pie, made into jam, or even in a salsa, we love it! Did you know that you can also use the leaves?
Not to eat, of course—attention, they’re toxic! But you can use the leaves as a natural insecticide to get rid of ants, aphids and caterpillars in the garden.
- Place the rhubarb leaves in 20 litres of water overnight;
- The next day, use the water to spray on your plants.
Advice from Ferme André Plouffe.