Also known as Early Vienna White, and thought to be from Austria in the 1800’s, but recorded in Italy as early as the 1550’s. This kohlrabi is earlier, milder and slightly smaller than the purple, with a thin pale green skin and white, crisp flesh, great for salads or steamed.
Sow seeds 1/4″ deep, 4″ apart in full sun or partial shade, as soon as ground can be worked and all chance of heavy frost has past. Benefits from compost and lots of water. Harvest when when above ground bulb reaches 2-3″. Sow additional seeds every couple weeks for all season harvesting.