Celery (Apium graveolens)
Brydons Prize Red
British Heirloom, Celery ‘Brydons Prize Red’, bred by James Brydon of Manchester, England by 1835, produces tasty broad green leaves shaded with red. A trench variety, very hardy and with a good flavor.
English common name: Celery
Sowing season: February to early April
Planting season: May to June
Planting distance in a trench: 35-45cm / 14-18in
Maturity: August to December
Production: open field
Culinary use: eat raw, braised or chopped in casseroles.