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Plants Matching apium graveolens

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Image of Apium graveolens photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Celery)

Celery is a vegetable that's taken for granted. It's cheap in the store, so most don't bother growing it, but it is an easy highly garden-worthy crop.

Grown for its yummy crisp fleshy leaf stems (petioles) and fragrant seeds, celery originates from Europe, northern Africa, India and Asia. It has been cultivated since ancient times and is a staple herb in many dishes across the world. In the United States it flavors our Thanksgiving stuffing, is the favorite compliment to buffalo wings and...

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Jessie Keith

(Celeriac)

Little known in the United States, celeriac is grown for its homely edible rootstock. The cultivar 'Brilliant' has relatively smooth, medium to large, buff-colored bulbs with firm, white flesh. Thought to have originated in northern Europe, celeriac is a variety of celery (Apium graveolens), a widely cultivated biennial native to Europe, Southwest Asia, and North Africa. This vegetable is also known as celery root or knob celery.

Protruding from the soil like a knobby, partially...

Image of Apium graveolens

James H. Schutte

(Celeriac)

Little known in the United States, celeriac is grown for its rather homely edible rootstock. The cultivar 'Diamant' has medium to large, buff-colored, vegetative bulbs with firm white flesh that resists internal browning.

Thought to have originated in northern Europe, celeriac is a variety of celery (Apium graveolens), a widely cultivated biennial native to Europe, Southwest Asia, and North Africa. This vegetable is also known as celery root or knob celery.

Protruding from...

Image of Apium graveolens (Rapaceum Group) photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Celeriac)

Little known in the United States, celeriac is grown for its rather homely, bulbous, edible "roots". Thought to have originated in northern Europe, it is a variety of celery (Apium graveolens), a widely cultivated biennial native to Europe, Southwest Asia, and North Africa. Celeriac is also known as celery root or knob celery.

Protruding from the soil like a knobby, partially buried baseball, the edible "root" gives rise to long fleshy stalks bearing deep green, incised, compound...

(Celery, Tall Utah Celery)

The heirloom celery cultivar ‘Tall Utah’ was first introduced in 1953. It produces long medium green stalks that are crisp, stringless and flavorful.

Grown for its yummy crisp fleshy leaf stems (petioles) and fragrant seeds, celery originates from Europe, northern Africa, India and Asia. It has been cultivated since ancient times and is a staple herb in many dishes across the world. In the United States it flavors our Thanksgiving stuffing, is the favorite compliment to buffalo wings and every...