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Celeriac (Marshalls Seeds)

Celeriac Monarch

500 potential crops
Smooth, not grainy
Handsome leaves on the vegetable plot
Celeriac Monarch has a much smoother skin, better flavour and textured flesh than regular celeriac. You’ll see how surprisingly easy it is to grow producing delicious white flesh and smooth roots.

Home-grown celeriac is great for mash, rostis, for puree or even a garnish not out of place in the kitchen of any masterchef.

We recommend you sow indoors in late winter thinly ¼in (0.5cm) deep in trays or modules, keeping soil moist at all times and plant out in May or June 12in (30cm) apart with 12in (30cm) between each row. If overwintering in the ground to improve flavour cover with straw or compost to protect from frost.


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Passionate about gardening and teaching others to gain confidence through the growing of flowers, vegetables, fruit and herbs.

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