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Celeriac

This raggedy, bulbous Celery cousin is grown for its root, hence its moniker, Celery Root. It is a bit challenging to grow, but once you've bitten this unforbidden fruit, you'll know it's well worth the effort. Raise as transplants 10 to 12 weeks before setting out after all danger of frost has passed when temperatures are reliably above 55°F. Ravenous Celeriac needs rich, loamy well-fed soil and regular watering. Harvest with a spade before a heavy frost, store it in the fridge or cool cellar and enjoy it for up to 8 months.

Average seed life: 3 years.

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Gardening Tips

Tips for Harvesting and Storing Root Vegetables

Big and Beautiful
In Europe, Celeriac growers remove the lowest shoots on the plant, and let the central, upright stems develop fully. This is said to produce larger roots and also smoother, rounder ones without extra, knobby, side roots.