Celery: these are very tiny seeds, and we strongly recommend transplanting them. They take 4 to 6 weeks in trays and then around 75 to 85 days after transplant. The good news is you can get lots of celery from a little area--about two bunches per square foot, and even more in a raised bed! All our varieties are Heirloom, open-pollinated, Non-GMO, and self blanching!!
we carry. A nice selection of different kinds of celery
You can use plug trays. To start your transplants without issues. For all you market growers and folks who like fresh celery. We recommend planting several varieties and use succession planting.
These seeds are tiny and. Do not require to be buried that deep. And there slow growing at first