Hubby was mowing a section of the yard that las year was allowed to grow wild and weedy. He discovered a plant that he thinks is wild Rhubarb. I'm pretty sure it is just a look a like weed. I don't have a picture to post so I'll describe it as best I can. I'm also checking the net as soon as I finish this post. He refuses to mow it down until we identify it in case it is a wild relative or some other edible plant. Climate - Eastern Ontario Zone 4 - 5 Environ - Open Woodland mix of Spruce, elm, and basswood Mostly weedy where dead trees came down last year. On the edge of a low area that was used as a dumping ground for old concrete and glass by the previous owners. Plant - Leaves and stalks are shaped very similar to rhubarb. Leaves are medium to light green and fuzzy. The stalks are light red near the roots turning to solid green at the leaf junction. Stalks are also very fuzzy. base at root is aprox 5 inches in diameter. Leaf dripline would be 2.5 feet around. Right now it is about 1.5 feet high but has a cluster of new leaves coming up from the center of the root area.