- Flower nameCelery
- Scientific nameApium graveolens var. dulce
- Aliasオランダミツバ, celery
- Place of originEuropean
- Place of floweringField
- Flowering seasonJune, July, August, September
What is Celery
Celery (scientific name: Apium graveolens var. dulce) is a European origin, an annual grass or perennial herb (grasshopper) of the Seri Netherlands Mituba genus. Whole grass can be used as light vegetables. In the early summer, I will extend the scattering inflorescences and add a very small white five-flowered flower. The plant height is picked for edible with 30 ~ 40 cm. The grass color is light yellow in Japan, the domestic product in the green is green. The season is from March to April. It is said to have medicinal benefits such as raw salad, soup, curry scent, pickles, spices, hangover, headache, tonic and intestinal.
Generic name: celery, Scientific name: Apium graveolens var. Dulce, aka: Netherlands Mitsuba, Origin: Europe, Environment : Grass color: light yellow, green, use: pale vegetables, season: March to April, Cooking methods: raw salad / scent of soup and curry, pickles, spices, hangover aid, headache , Tonic, medical efficacy such as intestinal, Remarks: There are many imports from the United States.