At This Time I Am A Happy Gardener - Herb Celery Cutting

by Sabine

This is the first time I tried to sprout Cutting Celery from seeds. Since we have an estimated first frost date of Dec 1st or a little later here in Zone 9b in Central Florida, there should be sufficient time for a first harvest. I followed the directions and sprinkled the tiny seeds on top of moist peat moss plugs and they germinated within 10 days while sitting in a grow box under a light. The tiny seedlings are approx 1/4 tall and still show their seed leaves. It appears that about 90 % of the seeds germinated. At this time I am a happy gardener.

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