Celery. In earthing up celery the greatest care is necessary to prevent any portion of the earth from falling into the leart of the plant, which would prevent the upright growth of the inside leaves, and its appearance for the table; nor should the earth he pressed too closely round the upper part of the plant, as frequently, when such is the case, it bulges out below. The best practice is to tie each plant up loosely with matting (having previously removed the suckers and small leaves), and then a little earth can he added every week, as the plant increases in height. Another common error arises from earthing celery up too soon. It should be allowed to grow to a consider-ahle size before earthing up is attempted, and be frequently soaked with water, as but little rain will reach the roots afterwards; it should likewise never be touched when the plants are at all damp.