What is kohlrabi and what do you do with it? This odd-looking member of the cabbage family offers a wonderfully mild, turnip-like flavor and slightly crunchy texture similar to water chestnuts. Growing kohlrabi couldn’t be easier. Kohlrabi plants prefer cool climates, which makes them ideal veggies for harvest in spring or fall. The following articles will help you learn how to grow and care for kohlrabi in your garden.
Kohlrabi is a cool season vegetable grown for its enlarged stem or ?bulb.? If you aren?t quite ready to use it at harvest, you may wonder how to store kohlrabi plants, and how long does kohlrabi keep? Find out about keeping kohlrabi fresh in this article.
Unlike any of its cousins, kohlrabi is known for its swollen, globe-like stem that forms just above the ground. It can reach the size of a softball and looks a lot like a root vegetable. Learn more about growing kohlrabi in the garden and kohlrabi plant spacing here.
With a flavor like a sweeter, milder cross between a turnip and cabbage, the cool weather kohlrabi veggie is easy to grow. Click the following article to find out how to plant kohlrabi seeds and other information about propagating kohlrabi seeds.
There are many varieties of kohlrabi from which to choose. Each has a different size, color, pungency, growth rate, and pest or disease resistance. Since each of the different types is so individual, there is a perfect variety for every gardener. Learn more here.
If you?re working towards an organic approach to your gardening and don?t want to use pesticides, try using kohlrabi companion plants. Click here and find out what to plant with kohlrabi in this article.
While kohlrabi is normally considered a less traditional vegetable in the garden, many people grow them and enjoy their pleasing flavor. If you?re new to growing this crop, then you will likely find the following info helpful.
Growing kohlrabi is not the hardest thing in the world. Kohlrabi is actually somewhat easy to grow. The following article explains how to grow kohlrabi in the garden so you can enjoy the tasty crop and its benefits.
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