This Celery is European. It is short, green, thin, and has hollow brittle stalks, stronger and pungent, leaves are used to flavor soups and stews. Keeps producing after cut. Can be used in micro-greens. Approx. 80 days.Cultural data: field planting
Growing season: cool season
Days to maturity: approx. 90-105 days from transplant for spring plantings.
Germination relative to soil temperature: 65 degrees F.
Cultural information: sow seeds thinly 8 per inch after all danger of frost is past. Cold nights can cause celery to bolt.
Seed count: approx. 87,000 seeds/oz. or 1,392,000 seeds/lb.
Projected seed usage: 1/4 oz per 100 ft. 1 pound per acre
Diseases and pests: Leaf blights, celery mosaic, rotate crops, provide adequate irrigation.
Harvesting: harvest full heads.