Celery is a species of parsley. Celery is a vegetable and grown in gardens for salads.
Storing celery in a pit
Celeriac and its roots
Leaves - simple; alternate; edge sharply and often doubly toothed. Outline - oval or egg-shaped, or…
"Heracleum lanatum (Parsley family). Individual flower from the margin of an umbel." -Gager, 1916
A kind of celery grown for its large and bulbous hypocotyl.
The common name of phyllocladus is celery-leaved pine tree. The leaves of the glauca variety are fan-wedged…
Pictured is celeriac trimmed for market. Also pictured is an untrimmed celeriac root on a smaller scale.…
The Boston ideal celery has a much branched base.
Illustrated is a good celery plant in the general market. It is a less spreading, lighter plant.
Illustrated is celery plant thick and the patch edged with boards. This is "new celery culture".
Illustrated is blanching celery by wrapping it in paper.
Illustrated is the last earthing up or banking of celery.
Illustrated is a water holding celery crate. Celery tied in bunches of a dozen are placed in these crates.
Illustrated is a celery crate.
Illustrated is a celery plant trimmed for market. The roots are trimmed into tapering cubes.
Illustrated is an old method of growing celery in trenches. It is sometimes stored for winter in such…
Illustrated is a good form of trench storage.