The Q&A Archives: Kohlrabi in Containers

Question: I recently bought some kohlrabi and transplanted it into <br>pots on my balcony. Do you have any suggestions for the<br>care and feeding of kohlrabi in containers?

Answer: Kohlrabi is a cool-season vegetable and related to cabbage. Your plants will need full sun, and regular watering. Kohlrabi will adapt very well to growing in containers as long as you remember that containers dry out more quickly than garden soil and will need to be watered more frequently. Every so often, add some liquid seaweed fertilizer to the watering can (follow container directions) The plant will mature in 35-45 days after transplant.

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