Last month I did't know what kind of seedlings on the pot of my 'Ceremai' pepper.
A bountiful seedling that I couldn't identify.
We have windy days on the past two months, so it might unknown seedlings from flown seeds that grounded on this pot.
Now, I have already knew, they are celery seedlings.
I remember that this pot was side by side with a pot of flowering celery on my terrace garden, before I moved it on to my back yard.
I guessed the seeds have fallen down on to the pepper pot, germinated and then grow as seedling.
They are growing so healthy, so lush.
I have to prepare lots of pots to grow this seedlings.
I think I will transplant them into plastic cups first as individual pot, before I move it into permanent pot or raised bed.
Growing celery from seed needs a very long time, I must be so patient.
But I get lots of celery seedling for free, right now.
Celery is a real trouble, when you want it then it doesn't want to grow and when you don't care about it it grows hundreds of small seedlings. I don't like the taste of celery and I stopped sowing it but I'm still battling the self sown seedlings :)ReplyDelete
You're right, I love celery, but it doesn't love my hand....Delete
celery playing at home?
They are delicious in salads, soups ...
Their root is great. When I grow likes to be frequently watered with water.
For me, there are always large. They weigh around 1.5 kg
Greetings from Polish.
Oh, that's celeriac, I've never grown before. I hope I can grow it one day on my own garden, LuciaDelete
I love celery, especially in soup, stews and salads. In the past I have sown it, but nowadays I have it in a container next to the greenhouse, so that I can pick it when needed in the kitchen.ReplyDelete
You gets lots of celery in your garden!
Yes, me too, Janneke. I use celery on cooking almost everyday.Delete
What a sweet surprise Endah! I love celery as well and use it when I make meals. You will need many pots for seedlings.ReplyDelete
Yes, me too. That's right. I need many pots for these seedlings.Delete