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We planted some Kohlrabi seeds in late summer. The plants didn't develop to the point of being able to harvest them before the weather got cold. We have not yet had a sustained freeze and the plants have been covered by several inches of leaves and straw. I checked them and the leaves are still green and look good.

Can these survive the winter and be finished in the spring to be eaten?

I heard that I could dig them up, trim the leaves down part way, and put them in the basement for the winter. Then, they could be replanted in the spring to finish developing. Is that true?

Or, can I leave them covered in the ground under the leaves and straw with the hope of them surviving the winter and finishing their growth in the spring?
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