Yes I would, but I try to make the most of a plant when I can. We've had a few extremely hot days and the greenhouse (where they are planted) got very warm, so I suspect what you describe is what happened.Celery (Apium graveolens) is considered a biennial that it will normally flower the second year after experiencing a cold winter, but temperature fluctuations can confuse the plant into flowering earlier in its first year of growth (bolting). an exceptionally cool Spring, an exceptionally hot Summer, or both may push a Celery plant into its reproductive phase early. There are some Celery cultivars that are considered more bolt-resistant than others. Celery seed can also be used as a seasoning, but I expect you would prefer to harvest the stalks.
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