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Tango Celery

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Plant Details:

Scientific Name: Apium graveolens

Common Name: Celery

Height: 18 - 24" (46 - 61cm)

Width: 8 - 12" (20 - 30cm)

Exposure: Sun

General Information: A treat to eat, Tango produces tender, very smooth stalks that are super-sweet and never stringy.
The stalks are great for calorie-free raw eating, or used in soups and stews; the seeds can be harvested for flavoring many recipes; and the leaves are great in salads and as a garnish.
This early, high-yielding plant produces 18 to 20-in. (45 to 50-cm) stalks from very vigorous, robust plants.
80 days to harvest.

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Days to harvest: 80

A treat to eat, Tango produces tender, very smooth stalks that are super-sweet and never stringy. No part of this popular vegetable will go to waste: the 18 to 20-in. (45 to 50-cm) stalks are great for raw eating, or use them in soups and stews; the seeds can be harvested for flavoring many recipes; and the leaves are great in salads and as a garnish.