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110 days. Root Celery, this variety is grown for its large, white roots that are superb fried, or in soup. Taste and culture much like regular celery. Introduced in 1871, popular in parts of Europe.
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This celeriac has great flavor and storage qualities. So many uses. while it is a heavy feeder, it doesn't take up too much space and is very cold hardy.
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21 Dec 2010
I guess I should have known from the listing - this celeriac takes a very long time to mature. However, it was very frost hardy, and I three of my plants are overwintering pretty sucessfully. The leaves and stems can be harvested and pack a good strong celery flavor.
9 Feb 2010
10 out of 11 people found the following review helpful:
This is the most common Celeriac. Great flavor, good yield for the space, the leaves are better than celery for adding flavor to stock and soup. A great all around veggie that is a bit time consuming to clean and prepare.
1 Dec 2009
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