Chinese Celery (Apium graveolens)

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Chinese celery grows in a rosette from the base of its roots, small, leafy, and aromatic. The hollow, small, crispy stems and delicate wispy leaves of this ancient Asian vegetable-herb are fragrant. Its taste is pungent and mildly peppery, and it is rarely consumed raw. Cooking sweetens and softens the...
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Chinese celery grows in a rosette from the base of its roots, small, leafy, and aromatic. The hollow, small, crispy stems and delicate wispy leaves of this ancient Asian vegetable-herb are fragrant. Its taste is pungent and mildly peppery, and it is rarely consumed raw. Cooking sweetens and softens the texture while also sweetening and taming the flavour.

Botanical Name : Apium graveolens

Common name : Chinese Celery

Size at maturity : 12”

Days to maturity : 100

Light requirement : Full sun

Planting time  :  Winter

Sowing method : Direct Sow

Planting depth : ¼”

Plant spacing  : 4”

Ships  : Year-round

Average seeds per ounce : Approx. 70,000

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