Celery, a native of the Mediterranean coast, is known since ancient times but it was the Italians in the Renaissance that made it enter our gastronomic universe.
It is delicious grated into a salad of tomatoes or chopped soaked in mayonnaise appetizer. Celery adds a flavor to guarantee broths and gravies.
1. Sowing: Sow from February to June in pots or planters your positioned sunny exposure and tamp the earth.
2. Transplanting: One month after planting, replant your celery selecting the most vigorous.
3. Harvest: Harvest June to November. You can grow your celery directly in your garden by planting a plant every 25 cm.
Celery likes the proximity of cauliflower because their association is the assurance of important crops.