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How to Germinate Celery Seeds
Home-grown celery makes a refreshing summer snack and a delicious addition to the kitchen. When planting celery from seed, it is best to start the germination process indoors to get a head start on the growing season. In most areas, seeds started between March and April are ready for planting outdoors when the weather warms sufficiently. Growing celery from seed is a low-cost way to add healthy, fresh food to your summer table.
1.Select a seed propagation tray that that has drainage holes in the bottom. Seed propagation trays are generally oblong and about 2 inches deep.
2.Fill the tray with fine seed-starting compost. Home and garden stores sell sterile seed starting mixes that are ideal for germinating celery seeds. Avoid using garden soil, as it contains microbes that are likely to damage the seeds before they germinate.
3.Take a pinch of celery seeds and spread them evenly over the top of the compost. Cover the seed tray with seeds aiming for a spacing of about one eighth inch.
4.Submerge the bottom half of the seed tray in cool water. Leave the seed tray until water is absorbed up through the soil mix dampening the top of the compost. Avoid direct watering from above as it disturbers the fine celery seeds.
5.Cover the celery seeds with a one fourth inch-deep layer of vermiculite. Place the tray on a sunny windowsill or in a green house where the temperature remains about 60 degrees Fahrenheit.
6.Water the celery seeds as soon as the top of vermiculite feels dry to the touch. Place the tray in water and allow the water to absorb up through the holes in the bottom at each watering.
7.Transplant the seedlings into individual 2-inch pots when they are about an inch tall. Fill the pots with potting soil leaving a shallow hole in the center.
8.Lift the celery seedlings from the seed tray and carefully divide them with your fingers keeping the strongest seedlings and discarding the rest. Place the roots of one seedling in each pot and press the soil around it. Soak the pots and return them to the windowsill or greenhouse.
1. Dear customer: if you are not a good green thumb, you can have some seeds to have the first try. As an old saying goes, do not put all your eggs in one basket.
2. If you want to eat the vegetable all the time, you can sow the seeds at different periods. That is to say, they will mature one after another, which will leave you enough time to harvest them and enjoy them.
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