78 days. If you haven't tasted Safir, it's fair to say you haven't really tasted Celery yet! This unusual variety boasts much more concentrated flavor in every stalk, for a bite that is not only crisp and refreshing but very peppery and zesty. And the tops are distinctive -- leafy and full, with an attractive presence that makes good filler for indoor arrangements and is quite long-lasting (several weeks!) in the vase.The plant measures about 12 to 14 inches high, with many slender stalks. A cutting type, it can be harvested as needed, so you never waste a bit! Use…
85 days. So improved over older varieties that it's almost an entirely new plant, Tango Hybrid delivers yields and flavor like you've never seen before! The stalks are wonderfully crunchy and sweet, springing up from exceptionally vigorous, robust plants. Tolerance of Fusariums makes all the difference in the yields, which are superb. And they mature early, giving you a few more weeks of delicious celery-eating every season! If you have never had much luck with celery before, give Tango Hybrid a try!Celery is not a "plant-it-and-forget-it" vegetable, but with relatively little effort, you will harvest stalks that are infinitely more…
Strong upright stalks that taste crisp and succulent. Bolt resistant, holding quality a long time. The lightly ribbed stalks maintain a vitamin-rich apple green color, changing to white at the base. 100 days.
Conquistador is an early, widely-adapted celery that produces full, upright heads packed with crisp, flavorful stalks. Performs well under heat and moisture stress and in soils of average fertility. Avg. 11,000 seeds/oz. Packet: 250 seeds.
Conquistador is an early, widely-adapted celery that produces full, upright heads packed with crisp, flavorful stalks. Performs well under heat and moisture stress and in soils of average fertility. Available pelleted seed only. Avg. 9,500 seeds/oz. Packet: 250 seeds.
Use fresh in salads, cooked in soup, stew, and mixed vegetables. 80-85 days to harvest when started indoors. Avg. 69,500 seeds/oz. Packet: 200 seeds.
(85-110 days) A tender, early celery with sweet savory flavor. Vigorous, open growth with dark green leaves and tight leaflets. Disease resistant and slow to bolt.
Immature celery plants produce a clump of delicious, slender stems and leaves for cutting. Cut regularly to promote fresh growth for use in summer salads and garnishes, or in soups and stews during the winter. 120 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.
(100-110 days) Deep red stems (16-20") complement bright green leaves to make this exciting variety highly attractive and a prolific producer of tender, succulent stalks with real celery flavor. Frank Morton of Wild Garden Seed developed this by crossing his own selections of Giant Red with Venture, the industry standard.
100-110 days. A stunningly colored and robust, red celery variety that will become your favorite for its continual harvests of gorgeous, succulent stalks. A range of red shades from burgundy to brilliant red and even blanched to golden pink, all with green foliage. From the breeding talents of Frank Morton who crossed the heirloom, Giant Red with Ventura.
(80-85 days) An early, heavy yielder with exceptionally smooth 18-20" green stalks. Each stalk is especially tender, sweet, and never stringy. Widely adapted, through primarily sutied to the nothern latitudes.
Vigorous plants produce sweet, crunchy stalks just perfect for snacking and salads. Fusarium-tolerant. $3.99
A very large type of celery, excellent flavor.
100-120 days. Celery has never tasted this good! The 11-12 inch stalks are tender and crisp with a divine, sweet, rich, nutty flavor. Disease-resistant plants produce high-quality, broad, bright green stalks that are thick and stringless.
A leaf celery that looks like curly parsley. Very ornamental; much stronger flavor than regular celery; used as a culinary and ornamental herb. This is an old Dutch heirloom that can grow to 3’. Very hardy.
I have a Karen Triplett Rhoda and it does not bloom. It has bloomed in the past but probably not for a past several years. Not sure what I need to do? It's in well drained soil has morning and late afternoon sun. It has healthy looking leaves. Any suggestions?