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» Growing Celery
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Sounds delicious; it is one of my main vegetables and is very easy to grow,
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Same here. I grow the dwarf curly. It survives our insane summers and never gets tough or bitter. It lasts for a full year before turning into a tree and getting replaced.@IrishDigger wrote:Sounds delicious; it is one of my main vegetables and is very easy to grow,
I am now growing Dwarf Curly blue Vates for a 3rd year..not sure why. I can’t do it. It’s tough, just not into cooking it. It grows like a weed...
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My kale bolts too easily. So I grow it as an ornamental plant.
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