Is grown almost the same as the common celery, and as it requires but little earth-ing-up, the rows may be nearer together. Its turnip-like root is used as a salad, mostly by the French and Germans. It is sometimes stewed, but usually simply boiled, sliced, and dressed as a salad for the table.
Fig. 80. - Celeriac, Or Turnip-Rooted Celery.