Utah 52-70 Celery Seeds

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Celery Seeds For Planting - UT 52-70 Variety, Heirloom, Non-GMO Vegetable - 2,300 Seeds, Great For Outdoor Spring, Winter, and Fall Gardening

  • TRUSTED VARIETY - Popular celery seeds used by gardeners for ages.  This celery seed bears small, dense celery.  Perfect for little spaces.

  • COLD TOLERANT - Utah 52-70 celery can tolerate the chillier weather better than some other species.  Celery is an excellent choice for your fall, winter, and spring gardens.

  • USA - All of our seeds, including the UT Celery 52-70 seeds, are heirloom, open-pollinated and non-GMO, grown in the USA.  Don't buy bad seeds from other countries.

  • PACKETS - Each Utah celery 52-70 seed packet is printed on water-resistant paper, in full color, with growing and harvesting directions included.  Each heirloom celery seeds packet contains at least 1 gram of seeds, approximately 2300 seeds, more than most of our competitors!

  • Semillas de apio para plantar - Variedad UT 52-70, reliquia, vegetal sin OMG - 2,300 semillas, ideal para jardinería al aire libre en primavera, invierno y otoño

Days Until Maturity: 100

Planting Depth: 1/4"

Plant Spacing: 12"

Days to Germination: 10-20

Start Indoors: 10-12 Weeks Before Last Frost

Sun or Shade: Full Sun or Partial Shade

Weight: Approx. 1g

USDA Hardiness Zones: 3-10

Soil PH: Neutral to Slightly Acidic

Plant Height: Approx. 8"

When to Plant: January to April

When to Harvest: April to July

Moisture Needs: Regular Watering

Celery UT 52-70 is excellent for the gardener with a short growing period. Stalks can harvest earlier than other varieties when it reaches just 6" in height. This type is perfect for the gardener with little growing spaces and short growing periods.

For best results, start indoors 10-12 weeks before the last frost. Seedlings can be hardened off and transplanted out into the garden before the last frost. This plant can withstand some cooler temperatures. That makes it a great variety to put into your spring, fall, and winter gardens.