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Alchimiaweb.com is happy to present the organic Tall Utah Celery seeds by Naturnoa, a very productive and strong variety that can be cultivated all year round in the ground or in a pot.
Tall Utah Celery seeds by Naturnoa, plants up to 60cm
This variety originated in 1953, and stands out for being practically immune to celery diseases. It develops plants up to 40-60cm high, with rounded and tall stems with no strands and a dark green colour with a succulent compact and thick heart.
They offer good results from January to December, but the ideal season is from mid April to the beginning of June (February in a greenhouse). They are cultivated in a sunny area with loose, damp, spongy soil but without swamp the soil.
In open ground cultivation, the seeds are placed at a 35cm distance between them in rows 30-40cm apart across the width. They should be watered abundantly throughout the crop.
Tall Utah Celery seeds by Naturnoa, resistant and easy to grow
With the harvest ready, we can either cut the whole plant when it reaches the desired height, or we can pull it out and cut the roots, or we can cut the outer stems first and then harvest the inner stems when they have grown a little more, thus staggering the production and making the most of the fertilised soil.
The harvested celery can be kept in the fridge for a couple of weeks, or longer in boxes with sand away from light and heat.
Eating it raw ensures we make the most of all the plant properties. It can also be used for cooking, in soups, stews or creams. We can benefit from its diuretic, anti-inflammatory, anti-digestive and aphrodisiac properties, helping to prevent strokes and reduce cholesterol and uric acid levels.
Naturnoa Tall Utah celery seeds info:
- 1g package (3000 seeds)
- Strong and easy to cultivate
- Plants up to 40-60cm
- Suitable for pot, orchard and garden
- Can be cultivated all year round
- Rich in minerals, phosphorus and vitamins
- Diuretic, eliminates toxins and improves anaemia
- Helps prevent strokes and reduce cholesterol and uric acid