Growing Celeriac

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01 Dec 18 Lynn Lawler (USA - Zone 9b climate)
Hi! I live on the east coast of Central Florida and would like to be able to grow celeriac seems to do really well here, so does anyone know if I can grow celriac? Also, do you know if it can be regrown for the seeds?
21 Jan 22 Drew (USA - Zone 9b climate)
Yes, I live also on the east coast near Titusville and I grew really big, beautiful celeriac, from seed, organically, in a raised bed last year. I plan to put it in again this week (late Jan). They take what seems like forever to bulb up. But patience is your friend. Good luck!

Hi! I live on the east coast of Central Florida and would like to be able to grow celeriac seems to do really well here, so does anyone know if I can grow celriac? Also, do you know if it can be regrown for the seeds?

- Lynn Lawler

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