November 21, 2015
Among the many hectic chores when suddenly threatened with 10 ° frost is to make sure there is some fresh celery leaves during the winter. The plants are dug up, put in a 10 liter bucket of soil, and placed in a frost-free but cool place. You just have to make sure that the soil does not dry out, whereas lack of light is not something you have to worry about - it is called pale celery. This spring we had fresh stems until sometime in April, after which the plants went into seed. And this time I will try to remember to harvest the seeds.