the type that's underground.
The food color is absorbed by the celery from its roots, whatever color you put in the water affects the color of the celery.
If you put the roots of celery in diluted food dye, it will eventually turn the colour of the food dye, in about 1-3 days
Yes because the stem system which delivers water are still working.
Probably not. I am not sure, but surely, I don't see roots plucking out when I pull a cellery stalk.
it is called xylem and the water that is passing through the xylem is called xylem sap
Well, the water flows like in any other plant. It is absorbed by the roots, then transported through the xylem to the rest of the plant. You can see this by putting celery ( with the leaves) in colored water. The bottom and leaves will change to the color of water.
Celery is a noun. A sentence with celery in it is: The celery was mushy. A noun is a person place or thing. Celery is a thing which makes it a noun.
Celery in hindi =Ajvain Celery in Sanskrit = Ajmoda
Celery is both singular and plural. You can have one stick of celery or many bundles of celery. You do not have "celeries".
can you substitute celery salt for celery powder? If so what is the ratio.
Don't confuse celery (the vegetable- Apium graveolens) with celery salt.Celery doesn't contain salt.
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Celery is grown in the ground; the celery sprouts above the soil.
In Kannada, celery is called Gudda Sompu.
This is a mixture of salt with dried grounded celery (or celery seeds).
a celery stalk is one long big strip of celery
Celery is a vegetable.
Usually there is 60% salt in a stalk of celery. It depends how big the stalk of celery is, Which usually there is 70 to 75 percent salt in big stalks of celery.