Best Companion Plants for Celery

Best Companion Plants for Celery

Companion Planting
Celery, with its crisp stalks and versatile use in the kitchen, is a garden favourite that can benefit from the right companions. Companion planting isn't just about space optimization; it's about creating a garden ecosystem where each plant plays a vital role. In this friendly guide, we'll explore the world of celery companions—plants that enhance their growth, repel pests, and contribute to a thriving garden. Introduction: The Symphony of Celery Growth Celery, a cool-season vegetable, brings a unique crunch to salads, soups, and snacks. To enhance its growth and flavour, consider the companions it keeps in the garden. From pest deterrents to soil enrichers, the right companions can turn your celery patch into a harmonious haven. Understanding Celery's Needs: A Garden Prelude Cool Temperatures, Rich Soil, and Moisture Before diving…
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How to regrow celery from scraps

How to regrow celery from scraps

Starting your home garden
Celery is a great vegetable to eat and regrow. In terms of taste, these crunchy sticks aren't only great in salads but also make the perfect snack. Celery is great to eat with dips like hummus or baba ghanoush ( a delicious eggplant sesame dip). In the celery family, along with common celery, there is also celeriac and leaf celery. All three belong to the Apiaceae family and all come from the same type of wild celery. It's different from the other types of celery because it has a smaller root bulb. The plant grows long strong bright green stems with an intense flavour. That said, common celery is significantly milder than its relatives, and its effect as an ingredient is much more understated. But taste aside, celery is a…
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