Growing Celery

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18 Dec 11 (Australia - temperate climate)
my celery have been in the ground for 6 weeks and are really this normal
17 Mar 13 Emily (Australia - temperate climate)
Yes, it is normal for celery to grow slow especially if you have had alot of rain ? :)
14 Nov 12 (Australia - temperate climate)
same! mine's been in the ground about 2 months and it doesn't seem to have grown much more than it did in the first week
20 Mar 14 Jessica (Australia - cool/mountain climate)
Adding fertiliser did the trick for me. The instructions said liquid but my father in law gave me some chicken manure pellets. I never followed up so they didn't grow big fat stalks but the flavour sure is concentrated.
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