Kohlrabi, also known as a “German turnip,” is an underrated vegetable that deserves a place in your garden. With its unique turnip-like stem and cabbage-like leaves, kohlrabi offers a delightful blend of flavors and textures. Our high-quality kohlrabi seeds will allow you to cultivate this versatile vegetable in your own backyard and enjoy its culinary versatility.
Easy to grow
Produces crisp, flavorful bulbs
Direct sow seeds in well-drained soil after the last frost.
Thin seedlings to 6-8 inches apart.
Maintain consistent moisture levels.
Fertilize regularly throughout the growing season.
Harvest when bulbs are firm and reach 2-3 inches in diameter.
Provide adequate water, especially during hot, dry periods.
Protect kohlrabi plants from pests such as cabbage worms, aphids, and flea beetles.
Mulch around kohlrabi plants to conserve moisture and suppress weeds.
Harvest kohlrabi when bulbs are firm and reach 2-3 inches in diameter, typically 50-70 days after planting.
Use a sharp knife to cut the bulbs off the plant, leaving a few inches of stem attached.
Store kohlrabi in a cool, moist location for several weeks.
Kohlrabi is a low-calorie vegetable packed with essential nutrients, including vitamins C and K, fiber, and potassium. It also contains antioxidants and phytonutrients that contribute to overall health and well-being.
Kohlrabi is a versatile ingredient that can be enjoyed raw, cooked, or roasted. It can be sliced into salads, incorporated into stir-fries, or roasted with other vegetables for a hearty side dish. Its mild, turnip-like flavor complements a variety of cuisines.
Kohlrabi is a cool-season crop that thrives in spring and fall.
Kohlrabi plants prefer full sun for optimal growth.
Kohlrabi plants are susceptible to cabbage worms, aphids, and flea beetles.