Kohl Rabi Seeds ‘Superschmelz’ ORGANIC
Seeds per pack;
Economy, approx. 30
Regular, approx. 60
Large, approx. 120
Sow; Mar - Aug
Khol Rabi is a very unusual looking Brassica with a swollen stem that looks kind of like a turnip.
It is eaten when golf ball - tennis ball sized and has crisp, sweet flesh with smooth skin and kale like leaves that can also be eaten.
Superschmelz is a traditional variety that can grow very large but tends to stay tender and doesn't go woody.
It has pale green skin with a swet and crisp, white flesh.
Sow in succession from April until July thinly in drills 1cm deep.
Thin the plants as they grow to a distance of 15-20cm apart.
Or sow in Modules and transplant to 20cm apart from May.
Harvest before they get too big as they can become woody, no bigger than a tennis ball.
OUR SEEDS ARE SPECIALLY SELECTED FOR UK CONDITIONS AND SOURCED FROM ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIBLE, SOIL ASSOCIATED ORGANIC GROWERS.
ALL OUR PACKAGING IS RECYCLABLE, BIODEGRADABLE AND COMPOSTABLE.