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    How to Grow Celery

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    Celery is a cool-weather crop. It requires 16 weeks of cool weather to come to harvest. Celery is a hardy biennial grown as an annual. It has a rosette of 12- to 18-inch (30-45cm)  stalks, topped with divided leaves. Celery is grown for its edible stalks, leaves, and seeds. Celery Growin Quick Tips Start celery […] More

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    When to Plant Celery

    Celery seedlings

    Grow an early and late or main crop of celery each growing season. The early crop will be harvested in August; the late crop will be harvested in September or October, before the first fall frost. Start celery seed indoors. Sow seed for the early or August harvest in February. Set young plants in the […] More

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    Celery Cooking and Serving Tips

    Celery sliced

    Celery can be eaten raw or cooked. Celery brings texture and a mild flavor to salads, hors d’oeuvres, soups, stuffings, stews, and stock. It can be steamed, braised, or sautéed and served as a side dish. Celery tastes best when it comes to harvest in cool weather, late spring or in autumn. How to Choose […] More

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    Local Celery

    Celery stalks and roots1

    Can you remember what you were doing 4 months ago today? Well, if you are a bunch of celery, you were probably just getting your start on life, germinating as a little seed. And today, you are ready to make an appearance on a snack tray, in a salad or a soup. Most varieties of […] More