Vegetables Kohlrabi Fresh Eating Kohlrabi
Fresh Eating Kohlrabi
Fresh Eating Kohlrabi
Grow for its crisp, white apple-like flesh with a mildly sweet taste, fresh-eating kohlrabi is harvested when the bulbs reach 2–3" in diameter, as larger bulbs tend to become tough and woody. Prepare by peeling the outer skin prior to eating. Enjoy in salads, as "kohlrabi slaw," for finger-food snacking, and for light cooking. Fresh-eating kohlrabi will store under the proper conditions for 2–3 weeks.
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White, organic variety with uniform yields.
New! White, organic variety with uniform yields.
42 Days
Best-tasting white variety, holds well in the field without splitting.
Best tasting white.
45 Days
Extra-early white, excellent yields that are very uniform in maturity.
Extra-early white.
37 Days
The most attractive and uniform purple variety.
The most attractive and uniform purple variety.
45 Days
The best-performing, open-pollinated purple kohlrabi.
The best performing, open-pollinated, purple kohlrabi.
50 Days
Organic white kohlrabi.
Organic white kohlrabi.
42 Days
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