Celery Utah Tall (Apium graveolens) Non GMO - Organic Vegetable

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Celery Utah Tall (Apium graveolens) Non GMO - Organic Vegetable 


Celery Utah Tall, known scientifically as Apium graveolens 'Utah Tall,' is a classic and favored celery variety cherished for its crisp, flavorful stalks. This tall and robust celery cultivar is a staple in the vegetable garden, offering a fresh and delicious addition to your culinary creations.

Celery Utah Tall is a versatile and essential vegetable in your garden, perfect for fresh snacks, salads, soups, and various dishes. Its tall, upright habit and delicious flavor make it a must-have for any kitchen garden. Enjoy the crisp, succulent stalks of this classic celery variety.

Growing Instructions:

  • 1. **Select the Right Location:** Choose a sunny to partially shaded spot in your garden for planting Celery Utah Tall. Celery appreciates full sun, but it can also thrive in partial shade, especially in warmer climates.
  • 2. **Soil Preparation:** Prepare well-drained, fertile soil with plenty of organic matter. Celery thrives in soil with a slightly acidic to neutral pH level.
  • 3. **Planting:** Celery is typically grown from transplants. Plant these transplants about 10-12 inches apart in rows, with rows spaced around 30 inches apart.
  • 4. **Watering:** Celery requires consistent moisture. Keep the soil consistently moist but avoid waterlogging. Use a soaker hose or drip irrigation to deliver water directly to the base of the plants.
  • 5. **Mulching:** Apply a layer of organic mulch around the plants to help retain moisture, suppress weeds, and maintain even soil temperature.
  • 6. **Fertilization:** Celery benefits from regular feeding. Apply a balanced, all-purpose fertilizer or a nitrogen-rich fertilizer throughout the growing season, following package instructions.
  • 7. **Hilling:** As the celery plants grow, consider hilling up soil around the base of the plants to blanch the stalks and make them tender and sweeter.
  • 8. **Pest and Disease Control:** Keep an eye out for common celery pests like aphids and celery leaf miners. Implement appropriate pest control measures if needed.
  • 9. **Harvesting:** You can start harvesting Celery Utah Tall when the stalks are large enough, typically after about 100-120 days. Harvest the outer stalks first and leave the inner ones to continue growing.
  • Seed count: 1/2 gram