Correct cultivation of stalked celery

Spring is in full swing and gardening work too. the first spring greens just asks for the table, and therefore the correct cultivation of stalked celery will allow you to saturate the diet with so necessary vitamins, microelements and fresh, spring taste.

Yes, there are types of celery that themselves have rather long petioles that are eaten in addition to the leaf. But the varieties intended for open cultivation of petiole celery, although they do not require much trouble, do not give an amazingly delicate taste and aromatic crunch, as when growing celery on petioles using the whitening method.

Yes, such a seemingly strange name for the method of growing a healthy vegetable is associated not with chemical bleaching, but with the peculiarities of caring for the plant. Before planting stalked celery, the gardener needs to carry out preliminary work on arranging the growing site. It's not just about digging, weeding, loosening and fertilizing before planting. This is the arrangement of the so-called trenches. A celery bush is planted in such a trench, added dropwise to the very leaves. Then, as the plant grows in height, it is regularly added dropwise to the very leaves. In this way, in the ground, in complete darkness, light, as if bleached, celery stalks grow, which have a delicate taste, aromatic crunch and great benefits.

Petiolate celery is sown in February-March for seedlings at home, then replanting the plant in trenches. Care, in itself, for such a celery is not at all difficult - watering and periodic feeding. but the constant burying of shoots in trenches, of course, takes a lot of time and effort. But the result is a delicious and tender vegetable that is rich in vitamins and minerals, which will reward the gardener for all his efforts.

Good luck!

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