Gnarled looking celeriac has a delicate taste, somewhere between celery and parsley. Try it raw shaved into a salad, mashed, slow roasted, in soup or french style in a remoulade sauce. Delightful mixed with potato, kumara or butternut.
raise in trays of yates® black magic® seed raising mix, or sow direct where they are to grow. Cover with mix, firm down and keep moist. Transplant after 4-6 weeks.
plant in a well-drained, sunny position adding yates® thrive® natural blood & bone to the soil before planting. Water regularly and apply fish-based fertiliser weekly. Protect from snails and slugs.
water frequently and regularly – celeriac demands a lot of moisture. Apply mulch around the roots in dry weather, to help keep the soil moist.