Description CELERY AFINAVegetation period – 63 days. Plants grow to be 40–50 cm tall. Aromatic leaves are used for food. Consumed while still fresh or dried for seasoning dishes. May be harvested several times by cutting the whole plant. If the plants are cut to short, they may not regrow. Grows best in heavy, humic, well-cultivated not too wet soil. Seeds might be...
Description A medium-early, fertile variety resistant to disease. The root crops are large, round, not branching. Grows best in moderate heavy, humus rich, well tilled, semi-dry soil. Resistant to frost.
Description CELERY MALACHITMedium-early variety of celery. Vegetation period is 80–90 days. Stalks are thick, fleshy, green, about 40–70 cm long. Grow best in heavy, hummus - rich, well tilled, but not wet soil. Used fresh, cooked, steamed.
Description CELERIAC PRESIDENTVegetation period is 170–180 days. Roots are medium or large, round, smooth, slightly glossy. It is easy to pick and clean them. The variety is resistant to Mosaic Virus and Septoriosis. Suitable for fresh use, steaming, frying. Resistant to cold, therefore harvested late – in the second half of October. Grow best in moderate heavy,...
Description A medium-early variety of leaf celery. Vegetation period is 80–90 days. The stalks are thick, fleshy, 40–70 cm long. Grows best in heavy, hummus rich, well tilled, but not wet soil.
Description CELERIAC ASTERIX HEarly hybrid resistant to bolting and septoriosis. Grown for early harvest with stems (within 90 days after the planting the seedlings) or for winter storage (within 130 days after the planting the seedling). Seedlings are planted in beds no deeper than they were grown in the nursery – only then you can expect a good harvest. Used fresh,...
Description CELERY NUGETEarly variety of celery. Grow within 70–80 days after seeding. Stalks are thick, fleshy, with light yellow-green foliage, about 40–70 cm long. Grow best in heavy, hummus- rich, well tilled, but not wet soil.