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Plant ID

Question from Helen

In forum: Identify a plant

Please could someone identify what this plant is? It has a a speckled brown stem and then light bright green leaves (abit like on a celery) it is growing quite fast and now stands at approx. half a meter and still growing. No flowers or buds yet. Quite a lightweight leaf. it has just grown up out of the side of the fence/gravel (neighbour doesn't have anything like this). Thanks

  • Posted: Mon. 9th April 2018 11:37

Help identifying this please

Question from Lindsay

In forum: Identify a plant

This is a large fast growing plant that resembles celery but is large. It has a strong smell similar to celery.

  • Posted: Wed. 17th May 2017 11:05

Re: Re: Is this a weed or a plant?

Message from Karen tucker

In forum: Identify a plant

I havent planted any celery type plants, and have no seeds for such - so i cant imagine its that. Any other ideas? thank you :)

  • Posted: Wed. 8th May 2013 06:48

Re: Is this a weed or a plant?

Message from ELAINE HUTSON

In forum: Identify a plant

celeric or did you plant celery?

  • Posted: Mon. 6th May 2013 12:42

Levisticum officinale

Comment from Miriam Mesa-Villalba

In forum: Levisticum officinale

The flowers develop into ridged seeds which can be used, like caraway or fennel seeds, for flavouring. Lovage has a very strong and distinctive taste, like a spicy celery. Young leaves can be added to salads and the seeds can be used in cooking. The plant can be valuable for insects: the hollow stems for hibernation and the flowers for food.

  • Posted: Sat. 6th June 2009 10:35

Cynara cardunculus

Comment from Miriam Mesa-Villalba

In forum: Cynara cardunculus

Once, the leaf-stalks and young shoots were blanched and eaten like celery in salads, soups and stews. Like other members of the thistle family, it is much visited by a variety of insects.

  • Posted: Sat. 16th May 2009 17:28

My Wildlife Pond

Comment from Joanne 9919

In forum: Gardening for wildlife

Well I finally got my small pond in and decided on the plants for it. I chose Typha Minima - Mini Bulrush, Mimulus Luteus - Monkey Musk, Caltha Palustris - Marsh Marigold and Oenanthe Japonica Flamingo - Variegated Water Celery.

I thought I would show you a picture of it.

Jo.

  • Posted: Fri. 17th April 2009 13:22

Feeling guilty now

Message from Georgie

In forum: Container gardening

Oh dear, to his credit my OH also eats cauliflower, celery, spinach, mushrooms, tomatoes and peppers! I realise now that perhaps I've been too harsh! I just can't understand why he doesn't like things like asparagus, courgettes and leeks. I'll count my blessings. :D

Georgie

  • Posted: Tue. 10th March 2009 21:08

Fruit and Veg in pots

Message from Georgie

In forum: Container gardening

Hi Maria. You can grow almost anything in pots providing they are big enough - although I've found some things are more successful than others. The pictures include Beetroot, Cape Gooseberries, Celery, Chillies, Cucumber, French Beans, Garlic, Runner Beans, Peas, Radish, Raspberries, Spring Onions, Strawberries, Tomatoes and a variety of herbs including Chives, Mint, Parsley and Thyme.

You can see some of the produce on my photobucket link under 'Edibles'. I'd be happy to recommend particular varieties if you let me know what you'd like to grow. I might even have some spare seeds if you'd like to trial a few.

Good luck.

  • Posted: Sun. 6th April 2008 13:11