Kohlrabi is the domesticated cousin of wild cabbage and is closely related to today’s brassicas such as cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, and kale. It’s a fantastically versatile vegetable, with its slightly sweet flavor and crunchy texture, it is commonly eaten raw in salads, coleslaws, or with dips. When roasted, the flavors sweetens and mellows, becoming richer and deeper. The leaves are similar to kale or collard greens and are frequently used in the same way.

Kohlrabi is easier and more forgiving to grow than its cousins, and faster to mature so it’s perfect for fall or early spring planting.

  • Cool Season Roots Collection
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    Cool Season Roots Seed Collection

    Cool Season Roots Seed Collection Under the ground, these root vegetables, keep on getting sweeter as the days turn cooler. Root crops can grow for a much longer period of time. Some will over-winter with a little added mulch-straw, giving you...
  • Early White Vienna Kohlrabi - (Brassica oleracea)
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    Early White Vienna Kohlrabi Seeds - (Brassica oleracea)

    Early White Vienna Kohlrabi Early dwarf heirloom kohlrabi with short tops and medium stems. Bulbs have crisp, white, tender flesh that is best when 2 ½” in diameter. Harvest it young, when it tastes somewhat like a globe artichoke.  A...