Tall Utah Celery Seeds - (Apium graveolens)

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SKU:
V1528
Seed Count:
Approx 100 seeds per pack
Days to Maturity:
70-120 days
Days to Germination:
10-20 days @ 55-75F
Plant Spacing:
6-8"
Light Preference:
Full sun to partial shade
Status:
Heirloom, Non-Hybrid, Non-GMO seeds
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Description

Tall Utah Celery - Popular and Dependable for Home Gardens

Fresh aromatic, delicious home-grown celery puts the store-bought stuff to shame. One bite of a fresh-picked stalk, straight from your garden and you’ll never go back! Utah has long been a popular and widely adapted variety with strong roots supporting long smooth dark-green stalks with a pleasing crisp yet tender texture and a deep, delightful flavor. Hearts are tightly folded, and stalks are broad, thick and well-rounded. Leaves are edible and very tasty, containing significant amounts of vitamin A.

Plants grow about 12-15” tall with good heart development and good disease resistance. Vigorous grower without becoming flimsy. Upright and compact growth habit does well in smaller spaces and even deeper containers. Plant seeds into warm soil for a late summer or early fall crop. Provide frost protection to extend the harvest season. 

History

A native of the boglands of Eurasia, celery was well known in the Middle Ages as a medicinal plant, but it wasn’t used as food until much later. Greeks and Romans valued celery primarily for its medicinal benefits and it wasn’t until the 17th Century that French and Italian cooks first started using it as an herb for flavoring in their dishes. A Scotsman named George Taylor is credited with introducing celery to the United States when he grew it in his garden.

Uses

Use the leaves and stalks for fresh seasoning all year long - in fresh salads, soups, stews, braised or sauteed.

Growing Tip

For extended use, let the plants bolt and harvest the celery seed to use as a spice. Collect the seed in a paper bag and let dry, then sort out and store for later use to give a bright spring flavor to your cooking.

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