How to Regrow Celery

Jun 19, 2020

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I recently started my celery juice journey during this COVID-19 season. Like many, it’s been a challenge keeping stock of enough celery for our juicing needs. I literally have a few friends who text me when they are at the store for my celery order. I also buy bulk wholesale but always need more. I was originally just throwing the celery base away and then realized I could just as well throw them back into the ground. I enjoy gardening and knew that like lettuce, you can re-grow some veggies from the stalk to save from seedling to harvest. It normally takes up to 140 days from celery seed to stalk, but growing from an old stalk is faster.

Steps to Regrow Celery

So what are the steps to regrowing celery? Let’s get started!

1. Pull the stems off leaving a stand-able base about 2-3 inches.

2. Rinse off the base & put in a shallow glass of warm water, 1/2 inch deep.

3. Place the glass in a sunny window sill or under lights.

4. Change the water every one to two days. You will see small roots at the base.

6. After a week, you should be seeing some healthy height on the stalks, it’s time to replant in the garden or in a pot.

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