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Resembling a colorful celery stalk, this vegetable is most commonly used as a fruit and grows in two main varieties. Field-grown rhubarb has attractive dark red stalks and green leaves. Hothouse-grown, rhubarb produces pink or light red stalks with yellow leaves. Hothouse rhubarb is milder in flavor and less stringy. Extremely tart, the smooth stalks of rhubarb require sweetening to be palatable. NOTE: The roots and leaves should not be be eaten as they may be poisonous.