Apium graveolens var. rapaceum 'Prinz'
Celeriac 'Prinz' Overview
This variety produces smooth, small to medium, flattened and round roots. A vigorous plant which is resistant to bolting.
How to propagate Celeriac 'Prinz'
Seeds are usually sown indoors under glass and set out in spring and early summer.
Other uses of Celeriac 'Prinz'
Celeriac is grown for the roots which have a milder and sweeter taste than celery and a slight 'turnip' taste. They can be grated and eaten raw, perhaps with a mayonnaise or dressing, used in stirfries and stews as well as boiled and mashed either alone or with other root vegetables such as swede, potato and carrot.