Information About Celery

Most people choose to grow a celery plant purely for the challenge it poses – and growing celery is certainly that. To make this endeavor easier for the home gardener, read the following tips and information on growing and caring for celery plants. Get started now to learn about the best way to grow celery in your garden.

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Growing Leaf Celery – How To Grow European Cutting Celery

By Laura Miller

Planting European cutting celery is a way to have fresh celery leaves without the hassle of cultivating and blanching stalk celery. Learn more here.

What Is Smallage: How To Grow Wild Celery Plants

By Amy Grant

Smallage has been harvested wild and cultivated for centuries and used medicinally for a variety of folkloric conditions. It is also called wild celery and, indeed, has many of the same attributes. Learn about growing wild celery and other interesting smallage plant info here.

Celery Cercospora Blight Disease: Controlling Cercospora Blight Of Celery Crops

By Amy Grant

Blight is a common disease of celery plants. Of the blight diseases, cercocspora or early blight in celery is the most common. What are the symptoms of cercospora blight? The following article describes the symptoms of the disease and how to manage celery cercospora blight.

What Causes Rotting Stalks In Celery: Tips For Treating Celery With Stalk Rot

By Ilana Goldowitz Jimenez, Plant Scientist & Writer

People who make the attempt to row celery end up putting a lot of time into keeping it happy. That's why it's heartbreaking when your celery gets infected with a plant disease. Click here for information on one celery disease you may encounter - celery stalk rot.

Celery Root Knot Nematode Info: Alleviating Nematode Damage Of Celery

By Mary Ellen Ellis

Celery root knot nematode is a microscopic type of worm that attacks the roots. The worms may attack any number of plants, but celery is one that is susceptible. Knowing how to recognize the signs and how to manage the infestation will help. Learn more here.

Late Blight Disease In Celery: How To Manage Celery With Late Blight

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

Late blight disease in celery is a serious fungal disease that affects celery crops across the world. The disease is most troublesome during mild, damp weather, especially warm, humid nights, and is very difficult to control. Click here on for more information.

Worms Eating Celery: Are Caterpillars On Celery Plants Harmful

By Jackie Carroll

Would it surprise you to learn that the worms on your celery plants are caterpillars of the black swallowtail butterfly? In this article, you'll find out more about how to handle these interesting creatures in the garden.

Saving Celery Seeds – How To Harvest Celery Seeds

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Saving celery seeds just requires a little timing and knowledge of the life cycle of this plant. Here are some tricks on how to harvest celery seeds, allowing you to capture the intense flavor of the spice when fresh. Click this article for more info.

Container Grown Celery: Can I Grow Celery In A Pot

By Amy Grant

If you live in an area that tends to have hot summers or a short growing season as I do, you may never have attempted to grow celery. But perhaps you've wondered, can I grow celery in a pot? This article will help answer that.

Companion Planting With Celery: What Are Some Good Celery Companion Plants

By Teo Spengler

If you are planting celery, you may want to know the names of plants that grow well with it. These include other vegetables as well as attractive garden flowers. Click here for more information about companion planting with celery.

Yellowing Celery Leaves: Why Is Celery Turning Yellow

By Amy Grant

Celery is susceptible to a number of problems which can result in a less than optimal harvest. One such malady causes yellowing of celery leaves. Why is celery turning yellow and is there a remedy that helps? Find out in this article.

Celery Plant Spacing: How Far Apart To Plant Celery

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

In addition to temperature requirements, you need to know how far apart to plant celery, its lighting needs, soil preferences, water requirements and other celery planting instructions. This following article will help with proper spacing of celery plants.

Common Varieties Of Celery: Different Kinds Of Celery Plants

By Amy Grant

Most of us are familiar with stalk celery but did you know there are other celery plant varieties? If you are looking to expand your celery repertoire, you might be wondering about other varieties of celery. Find out in this article.

Celery Leaf Info: Learn About Growing Celery As Herb Plants

By Liz Baessler

Leaf celery is darker, leafier, and has thinner stalks than ordinary celery. The leaves have a strong, almost peppery flavor that makes for a great accent in cooking. For more leaf celery info and celery herb uses, this article will help.

My Celery Is Blooming: Is Celery Still Good After Bolting

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Bolting in celery means the plant is trying to set seed and ensure its genetic material will be carried on into more favorable growing conditions. Is celery still good after bolting? Click this article for more information.

Regrowing Celery: How To Plant Celery Bottoms In The Garden

By Amy Grant

When you use celery, you use the stalks and then discard the base, right? While the compost pile is a good place for those unusable bottoms, an even better idea is planting the celery bottoms. Find out how to plant celery bottoms here.

Problems With Celery Plants: Reasons Why Celery Is Hollow

By Amy Grant

Even with careful pampering, celery is prone to all sorts of conditions. A fairly common one is celery that is hollow. What causes hollow celery stalks and what other problems might you encounter with celery plants? Find out here.

What Is Blackheart Disorder: Learn About Calcium Deficiency In Celery

By Amy Grant

Celery is one of the most popular vegetables in the U.S. and is grown easily in most home gardens, but is susceptible to celery blackheart disorder. What is celery blackheart disorder and is blackheart in celery treatable? Read here to learn more.

Celery Growing Problems: What To Do For Skinny Celery Stalks

By Amy Grant

The popularity of celery prompts one to grow it in the home garden. This vegetable has its share of growing problems, however. One of which being thin celery stalks. Read this article to learn more.

Bitter Tasting Celery Stalks: How To Keep Celery From Tasting Bitter

By Susan Patterson, Master Gardener

Sometimes you may find that your garden grown crop has some very bitter tasting celery stalks. If you wonder, "Why does my celery taste bitter?", read here to learn more about the reasons for pungent celery.

Celery Harvest – Picking Celery In Your Garden

By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden

Learning how to harvest celery is a worthwhile goal if you have been able to grow this somewhat difficult crop to maturity. The time for picking celery and how it's done can be found in this article.

Learn About Blanching Celery In The Garden

By Nikki Tilley, Author of The Bulb-o-licious Garden

Simply put, celery is not the easiest crop to grow in the garden. When celery has bitter taste, chances are it hasn't been blanched. Blanching celery is often done to prevent bitter celery. Click here for more info.

Tips On How To Grow Celery

By Heather Rhoades

Growing celery is considered the ultimate vegetable gardening challenge. It has a very long growing season but a very low tolerance for both heat and cold. This article will help with tips on how to grow celery.

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