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Sea Celery is a native bush herb that grows along the southeastern coastline of Australia. Being a close relative of the European celery, it has the familiar zesty flavour with a delicious peppery zing. As a coastal plant, it takes some coastal flavours from the environment and gives it its unique flavour.
The Sea Celery is a very versatile herb and can be used in nearly all its forms. Plucked straight from the bush it can be used as a garnish or chopped to flavour salad, soup, or chicken and fish dishes. The stems are also very flavorful and will add delicious depth as a cooking spice or in a condiment. It is recommended to blanch them before using them and this will temper the strong flavour.
It is a very adaptable plant and can grow in most temperate environments Sea Parsley is also very tolerant as they can survive through droughts and can grow in quite sandy or salty soil.
|Botanical Name:||𝘈𝘱𝘪𝘶𝘮 𝘱𝘳𝘰𝘴𝘵𝘳𝘢𝘵𝘶𝘮|
|Plant Size:||Seedling pot (tubestock), min 12 cm tall
|Drought Tolerance:||Tolerant once established.|
|Soil Type:||Clay or loamy soil.|
|Sun:||Full-sun / Part-shade.|
|Pots:||Does well in pots.|
|Feeding:||Feed a high-quality native plant food every 6 months.|
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