At the same time tender, crunchy and high in fiber; it is a very low-calorie food (some authors claim that more calories are used to consume and metabolize it than it does) but it provides vitamins and mineral salts, including vitamins K, B6, C, as well as potassium. The stems, leaves and seeds are edible.
It requires a mild and humid climate as well as a sunny exposure. He enjoys fresh and substantial land.
Transplant each of the stems of the pot to the garden, leaving 15-20 cm 6-8″ between the plants and no deeper than in the pot. Requires 2.5 cm 1″ of water per week. Weed and binate the plants regularly to move the soil up well around the foot of the celery.
Celery is very foody organic. You will therefore benefit from fertilizing the soil with vegetable fertilizer during cultivation, an amendment or compost before planting. Then fertilize every 2 weeks.
Companionship: Celery goes well with tomatoes, leeks, cabbage and dwarf bean.