(Best months for growing Celeriac in New Zealand - cool/mountain regions)
S = Plant undercover in seed trays T = Plant out (transplant) seedlings
A form of celery which has a swollen root and lower stem. Raise seeds in individual pots and plant out after last frost to give them plenty of time to develop a good root. Grow in a very fertile, rich soil. Water generously.
In cold climates start under glass in late winter/early spring
Cook whole, scrubbed and peeled.
Or slice or dice.
Tastes like celery.
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