Compact dwarf type, pale golden leaves, fine flavoured, thick stringless stems, disease resistant. 80-120 days.
Apium graveolens var. dulce
Originating from the Mediterranean, used medicinally by ancient Greeks, developed in 16th century in France. The secret to fresh crisp stalks is plenty of manure and water, don't let soil dry out as it has shallow roots. Blanch stalks with mulch or cardboard tubes. Pick individual stems as required. Prefers cool conditions. Stores well at cool temperatures and high humidity. Sow in spring and autumn.
2100-3000 seeds per gram
Celery planting information:
|Plant space cm:||15-30|
|Row space cm:||45-80|
|Best soil temp:||12-21 °C|
|Number of seeds per gram:||2100-3000|
|Rate per hectare:||400g|
|Average days to maturity:||120|