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Can be used for all of its bulb, stem and leaves, to be eaten raw, steamed or roasted. Bulb has white flesh which discolours less than other varieties when cooked, while stem and leaves has a strong celery flavour. Will grow well into cold weather, with the cold helping to covert the starches into sugars.
When to Plant Zone 1: October - December and March - May Zone 2: September - December and April - June Zone 3: March - October Zone 4: May - July
Soil Add organic matter before planting to improve fertility and ability to hold water.
Soil pH Level 5.8-6.8
Position Full sun to part shade in a well-drained soil. Don’t plant near carrots.
How to Plant Soak the seeds prior to planting to aid germination. The seeds should be propagated in seed trays prior to transplanting. Celeriac is slow to germinate so don’t grow despondent if you don’t see growth even after two weeks.
Approximate no. of seeds 160-180
Note: We source all of our seeds locally and in small batches to ensure they remain at their maximum viability for germination