Celery is a biennial herbaceous species belonging to the Apiaceae family, originally from the Mediterranean area and known as a medicinal plant since the time of Homer.
The cycle of the plant is of 6-7 months.
In its spontaneous state (“wild celery”) it is part of the Italian indigenous flora, up to about 1500 m of altitude. However, today it is more often encountered in the cultivated state, or spontaneously starting from cultivations. Wild celery seems to be completely absent in Piedmont and Valle d’Aosta regions.
In addition to Italy, wild celery is indigenous in the countries of the Mediterranean basin and almost in all of central and southern Europe, as well as in Asia in a wide range that goes from the Middle East to China.
Find out all the indications of use of the Wood Distillate on celery cultivations: