My Celery

Jul
24


My celery is growing! It’s been a dry summer here, but it’s rained quite a bit in the past week or so and the garden is happy.


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on July 24, 2010  

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  1. 7-24
    9:12
    am

    How sad!!!!!!!

  2. 7-24
    11:45
    am

    I had just purchased a new chunk of celery when I read about cutting the bottom off…so, off it came. And since it was dark outside I just stuck it in a bowl of water. I found it 4 days later and it’s growing. This would be a great project for little kids since it’s so quick. But yours looks better.

  3. 7-24
    12:05
    pm

    I have the celery…we’re so hot already that I’m wondering about growing it in a large flower pot. That would be easier to control the water. Patchkat >^,,^<

  4. 7-24
    1:56
    pm

    That is so great! I was excited to learn that you can grow celery in a regular garden. I definitely want to try it sometime.

  5. 7-24
    3:04
    pm

    Cool! I’m excited to try this next time I buy celery. :woof:

  6. 7-24
    8:30
    pm

    Mine’s been in a little dish of water for the past week and it’s really taking off – I better get it into the ground soon!

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