Celery is an umbelliferous, aromatic, herbaceous plant grown for its leaves, seeds, oleoresin and essential oil. Celery plant is usually 30-60 cm high, erect with conspicuously jointed stems, bearing well-developed leaves on long expanded petioles. The rigid fruit is small, ovoid, 1 to 1.5mm long, 1 to 2mm in diameter, contains a small brown seed.
Indian name for Celery:
Hindi : Shalari, Ajmud, Randhuni Bengali : Bandhuri, Chanur Gujarati : Bodiajmoda Malayalam : Ayamodakam Marathi : Ajmoda Punjabi : Kernauli Sanskrit : Ajmoda Tamil : Ajmoda
Foreign name for Celery:
Spanish : Aipo French : Celeri German : Sellerie Swedish : Selleri Arabic : Karafs Dutch : Selderij Italian : Sedano Portuguese : Apio Russian : Syel'derey Japanese : Serorii Chinese : Chin
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