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  In German, kohlrabi means “cabbage turnip,” referring to the fact that it is in the cabbage family but forms an edible turnip-like bulb just above the soil line. Not truly a bulb, it is an expanded stem, and looks like it house aliens that have flown it in from out of space. Nutritious and cold hardy, a must grow, though most Germans would disagree. 

  When to Plant:

Zone 1: August - February

Zone 2: July - March

Zone 3: February - September

Zone 4: March - May

  Soil:  Prepare your soil in a similar manner to that of growing carrots. They prefer a deep, friable soil type that is not overly rich with nitrogen. Will require high levels of potassium so applying potash and mulching with lucerne hay is recommended.

 

  Details:

• Made in Australia

• Weight: 4.5 g (0.2 oz)

Kohl Rabi 'Purple' Heirloom Seeds

$5.00Price
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