110 days. Celeriac is a type of celery grown for its baseball sized, nutty-flavored roots. This European strain is an excellent early-maturing variety. Selected from our trials for its uniform, nearly fiberless white, 3-5 inch diameter roots and good productivity. Stores well. Peel, cut into bite-sized pieces, and saute. Delicious!
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.
A fall/early winter vegetable. Excellent high-quality variety which has very smooth, easily washable, creamy-colored roots. Easier to grow than celery. Can be grated raw over salads, sliced and boiled, or cut into strips for frying. 160 days.
(80-85 days) Large, smooth, pale green high-round roots full of fresh celery flavor form beneath dark green, upright foliage. Remarkable for its robustness against it is suitable for either bunching or bulbs. Its excellent quality is used for fresh market or industry. Stores well for fall and winter salads and stews.
Large, uniform roots with white flesh. High yielding. Very similar to Mars, which is in short supply this year. Organically grown. Avg. 58,700 seeds/oz. Packet: 250 seeds.
Tango is similar to , but the flavor is better and the stalks are more tender and less fibrous. The plant is also a few inches taller. Tango performs well under less-than-ideal growing conditions such as heat or moisture stress. Organically grown. Avg. 56,000 seeds/oz. Packet: 250 seeds.
In Massachusetts I use to see lots of Packman broccoli pre-started plants available at local nurseries but this year do not see any. We liked this variety since it produces lots of side shoots. It may be too late for this year to grow from seeds but what pre-started varieties could I select which has the same side shoot production as Packman.