An event every year that begins at 12:00am on day third of February, repeating indefinitely
Kohlrabi performs best when it matures into cool weather, and it’s easiest to grow this crop for fall harvest. However, since kohlrabi is a family favorite, I try to grow both a spring crop and a larger fall/winter crop
Crowded kohlrabi doesn’t bulb up properly, so transplant seedlings to 6-inches apart in an 18-inch wide row, or in an offset grid with plants 8 or 9-inches apart in all directions.
Harvest spring sown kohlrabi promptly after it sizes up for that great crisp texture and sweet flavor. Giant types can hold all winter long with a little protection.
How To Grow Kohlrabi in the Pacific Northwest (coming soon!)
Why You Should Grow Giant Kohlrabi in Your Fall Garden (coming soon!)