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|Short Description||HEIRLOOM 1871 A cousin of celery that is grown in the same manner, but is harvested for the unsightly root. It is considered an estimable vegetable throughout Europe. It is most common in France in the Celeri-rave remoulade (a tasty appetizer consisting of celeriac, sharp mustard and other condiments) and throughout the continent in soups, gratins, and with seafood. 500 seeds|