Par-Cel Cutting Celery

Par-Cel Cutting Celery OG

(72 days) A curly cutting celery that looks like parsley but tastes more like celery. A fussy germinator outside, we recommend starting inside. Par-Cel withstands drought and heat, and is remarkably cold-tolerant. Cut leaves back once the roots are well-established. Older leaves develop very strong flavor. Excellent in Asian cuisine.

3621 Par-Cel Cutting Celery OG
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A: 0.2g for $2.20  
B: 0.4g for $3.60  
C: 1g for $6.00  
D: 4g for $14.00  
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E: 10g for $30.00  
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Celery & Celeriac

Apium graveolens

Days to maturity are from date of transplanting, not seeding.
0.2 gram packet ~500 seeds; 0.4 gram packet ~1000 seeds. 75,000 seeds per oz.

Culture: Tender, must be started indoors in March, 10–12 weeks before setting out. Virginian Pam Dawling suggests that falling apple blossoms are a good phenological sign that transplanting time for these crops has arrived. Young seedlings grow slowly, requiring rich moist soil to survive. Regular rainfall or irrigation is necessary for good growth, flavor and yields. Celery withstands light fall frosts but is killed by serious cold.

Minimum germination temperature 40°, optimal range 59–70°. Ideally, fluctuating temperatures 68° day, 59° night. Days to maturity are from date of transplanting, not seeding.

Disease: F: Fusarium