Celeriac 'Roem van Zwijndrecht'

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Knolselderij Roem van Zwijndrecht
Features

Celeriac Roem van Zwijndrecht forms a turnip with a diameter of about 10 cm and is smaller than the most common celeriac. This celeriac has a long growing period and especially at the end, when the growth of the turnip takes place, the plant has to have enough nutrients at its disposal. This requires a rich soil, preferably with much humus. A scoop of compost in the planting hole works very well. Exhume late October, shake the dirt off, cut the outer leaves and burrow the plants together, with the turnip just underground. Cover during frost.

Growing
Outdoor
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Quick facts
Smallest package    :   0,3 grams (for 40 m2)
Seeds per gram    :   2000 seeds
Plant spacing    :   50x40 cm
Plant height    :   30-50 cm
Position    :   sun-Half Shadow