Definition of Paschal celery
1. Noun. Any of several types of commercially grown celery having green stalks.
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Literary usage of Paschal celery
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1. American Irrigation Farming: A Systematic and Practical Treatment of Every by Walter Herbert Olin (1913)
"Papered paschal celery is a commercial luxury much sought after in the late winter and early spring. Cost of papering makes it an expensive method of ..."
2. Report by New Hampshire Board of agriculture (1901)
"Giant paschal celery, first, DM Ginn, Laconia. Native Cranberries, first, J. II. Robinson, Laconia. Bell Cranberries, first, WD Baker, Quincy. ..."
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