Popping in the Celery

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I was lucky enough this week to be given some lovely healthy little celery seedlings. It’s such a lovely community at the allotment, everyone swapping and eager to share their ‘babies’!

Now I have to say that I’m not sure of the variety of celery that we were given but I am told that it’s self blanching, so basically it’s not going to need ‘earthing up’.

I have found that we are getting short on space at the plot, which I can hardly believe after the way I was so initially daunted by the size of the area, so I’ve created a block of celery, rather than a row and although I suspect the seedings may be a little close together but I will see how they get on.

celery-692867_1280I also thought this would be a great little spot for them as they like moisture rich soil and this bed has recently been mulched with horse manure (which I rotovated in the week before).

I will see how it comes on, we’re happy to partake in a little trial and error!

Sarah,
Gardener & Blogger, Digging the Earth

 

 

One thought on “Popping in the Celery

  1. I do love the community feel, my neighbour gave me some of her left over celeriac seedlings so I popped them in. I don’t know if I like it or how well it will do but as you say it’s all fun and trial and error.

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