Organic Pink Plume Celery

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90 day to harvest Apium graveolens

When our friend Christina introduced us to Organic Pink Plume Celery, we lost our minds a little: First, she's just so beautiful! Second, great celery is not easy to grow here in the Northeast. Pink Plume, rather than focusing on large stem growth, shares an abundance of delectable slender stems with vivid pink to burgundy blush, absolutely beautiful. Her flavor is celery with notes of sweet anise, which we just adore. In salads, soups and tossed with roasted vegetables, Pink Plume is so versatile as well as so much easier to grow than classic celery. We can't wait for you to bring her to your kitchen, too!

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100 Seeds $3.79 In stock
200 Seeds $6.50 In stock
400 Seeds $12 In stock

Organic Pink Plume Celery

90 day to harvest Apium graveolens

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When our friend Christina introduced us to Organic Pink Plume Celery, we lost our minds a little: First, she’s just so beautiful! Second, great celery is not easy to grow here in the Northeast. Pink Plume, rather than focusing on large stem growth, shares an abundance of delectable slender stems with vivid pink to burgundy blush, absolutely beautiful. Her flavor is celery with notes of sweet anise, which we just adore. In salads, soups and tossed with roasted vegetables, Pink Plume is so versatile as well as so much easier to grow than classic celery. We can’t wait for you to bring her to your kitchen, too!

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Organic Pink Plume Celery

Transplant Only: Celery can be challenging to grow! Sow indoors 6-8 weeks before last frost, preferably on heat mats (70-75 F to germ & 60-65 F after). Patience: emergence may take 2-3 weeks! Never let dry out. Increase pot size as they grow. Harden off one week before transplanting; plant out after last frost with 8” between plants & rows. Maintain even, ample moisture for the most tender, least bitter celery.

Sowing Date: ~6 weeks before last frost
Seed Depth: 1/8 inch
Days to Germination: 2-3 weeks
Days to Maturity: 90 days
Plant spacing after thinning: 8 inches apart



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