Growing Celery

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01 Aug 20 MARIO (South Africa - Dry summer sub-tropical climate)
Hi, We’re growing celery from the base of the stalks, about 1/2 cm thick, Place them in a tray with a small film of water. Leave near a sunny window for around 10 days adding a little water each day. When the stalks are about 5c. high and the roots have grown we plant as you normally would. Didn’t believe it but the stalks a re growing well. Anyone else doing this? .
16 Aug 20 Regina (South Africa - Summer rainfall climate)
Yes, you can tell how fresh your produce you buy from supermarket is. We also regrow onion, lettuce, broccoli and cauliflower. We put onion in water until roots regrow then into ground, same with lettuce, we put broccoli and cauliflower in ground and started growing before winter and then the rats decided they were hungry so didn't get to grow a head of replanted stem.
03 Aug 20 Anonymous (South Africa - Summer rainfall climate)
You can do this with a few vegetables, carrots, onions, shallots, celery etc. Look up a website PINTEREST it has lots of this stuff or google it.

You can do this with a few vegetables, carrots, onions, shallots, celery etc. Look up a website PINTEREST it has lots of this stuff or google it.

- Anonymous

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