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Cool season(30°F → 80°F)
Survives hard freezes
Replant as often as every 6 weeks
How to plant Kohlrabi
Start by seeding indoors or seeding outdoors or transplanting
Seed 1/2" deep
4 plants / square
Prefers a 7 gal container
Prefers partial shade or full sunlight
Grows to 1 - 1.5 ft
Because of its turnip-like appearance, kohlrabi is sometimes misclassified as a root vegetable. Leaves stand out like little spokes on the sides and top of the edible, enlarged stem. You'll welcome not only kohlrabi's unusual shape, but also its crisp texture and wonderful, delicately sweet, nutty, and very slightly peppery. Eat it like an apple, or try it steamed, sautéed, or pickled, too! One cup contains 140% of the recommended daily allowance of vitamin C.