Organic Lanro Kohlrabi

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$3.79

56 days to harvest | Brassica oleracea

 

Tender, crunchy & sweet, there is nothing quite like Organic Lanro Kohlrabi! Chopped or shaved in salad, dipped in baba ganoush or tossed on the grill, we sow kohlrabi in early spring through late summer to surround ourselves with her glorious crunch all season.

We love Lanro because she resists becoming woody as she grows large; we most often harvest her between the size of a baseball to the size of a softball.

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Organic Lanro Kohlrabi

56 days to harvest | Brassica oleracea

Tender, crunchy & sweet, there is nothing quite like Organic Lanro Kohlrabi! Chopped or shaved in salad, dipped in baba ganoush or tossed on the grill, we sow kohlrabi in early spring through late summer to surround ourselves with her glorious crunch all season.

We love Lanro because she resists becoming woody as she grows large; we most often harvest her between the size of a baseball to the size of a softball.

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Organic Lanro Kohlrabi

Direct Seed: 2-3 weeks before last frost, sow 1 seed per inch 1/4 “ deep in rows 12-18” apart. Thin to 4” between plants. Harvest 2-3” roots. Sow every 2-3 weeks for continuous harvest. Fertile, moist soil promotes rapid growth & sweeter flavor.
Transplant:4-5 weeks before last frost, sow 2 seeds per cell & thin to 1. Harden off & transplant 1-2 weeks before last frost every 4”.

Sowing Date: mid-Spring to mid-Summer
Seed Depth: 1/4 inch
Days to Germination: 4-7
Days to Maturity: 56
Plant spacing after thinning: 4 inches

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1 review for Organic Lanro Kohlrabi

  1. mckel67

    Got them in a little late in the early fall and weather changed quickly, but regardless this kohlrabi grew well, if a little small due to my conditions. I started them in pots indoors to protect from summer heat and then transplanted out when it cooled and they did well that way. Easy keepers and required little from me. .My first kohlrabi, no no others for taste comparisons but I did enjoy. For reference I am in Central Ohio 6a in urban garden with both unground and raised beds. Trying again this spring!

  2. Heather (verified owner)

    So glad you tried Kohlrabi last season and that they grew well for you! Wishing you abundance in these and many seasons to come :)-Heather & The Fruition Team

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