3. Choose The Right Location
Celery is sensitive to temperature, so you have to be careful about where and how you plant it. It can’t be planted until the temperature outside consistently remains above 50 degrees.
If it is still frosting outside, you shouldn’t plant it as the frost can easily kill the plants or at the very least, severely weaken them. You should plant the celery in a location where it gets at least six hours of full sunlight.
You should also try to make it, so the celery is in the shade during the hottest part of the day. The sun can help the celery grow strong, but it can also be too strong during the hottest parts of the day and burn it too. You may even want to make shades that can be placed on top of the plants to keep them out of the sun if you can’t move them.
Some people prefer to plan their celery in pots so that they can move them around more easily as needed.