Carrots require soft, fertile soil to produce roots of
the finest quality. It is important that the soil be finely
broken up to the full depth of the carrot roots and remain in
porous condition until the crop is harvested. May be sown in
succession from early spring to mid-summer and again in the
fall. Sow in rows 14-16” apart and cover lightly. Firm
soil over the seed, especially in dry weather. Thin to 2”
apart in the row.
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5009 Scarlet Nantes
Originally grown in the Nantes region of France, this variety was popularized in the United States in the mid 1900's and continues to be enjoyed today for its tasty and quick maturing roots.
One of the most famous and classic heirloom carrots, the Scarlet Nantes produces medium, slender, orange-skinned carrots with the typical rich carrot flavor and a hint of red glow. The roots grow to 6-7" and taper toward the tip, with minimal cores. This type is known to keep well and has a good moisture content, making it a favorite choice for juicing.
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BM75 Cosmic Purple
Wow - a purple carrot, orange inside, tapered 7", very sweet, these have extra healthy anti-oxidants, 60 days.
NB23 Purple Haze F1 Hybrid
70 days Interesting novelty purple carrot has smooth roots averaging 10-12 in/25-30 cm, bright orange centre and very sweet flavor. Upright tops average 14-16 in/36-42 cm in height. Cooking dissolves the purple color. All America Selections Winner.
TRM715 Solar Yellow
Solar Yellow is a Danvers type carrot that reaches about 6-7" in length. It is a tasty way to liven up your salads. It's buttery yellow flesh is sweet and crisp.
This is a sweet and juicy carrot with sunshine yellow from skin to core. It is delicious raw or cooked. Bake or steam instead of boiling for the best color. 65 days.
TRN299 Kyoto Red
Kyoto Red carrot is a Japanese traditional heirloom vegetable, dento yasai, grown in the Kyoto area. This is a Japanese kintoki-type (sweet red) carrot. Its glossy deep scarlet roots grow into beautifully tapered carrots 10-12" long and are notably tender and sweet. Dark red color develops when about 3" long. 65 days.
TRN380 Black Nebula
Looking for something totall different in a carrot? Pitch black 10" tapered, best young or roasted, 110 days.
3425 Rainbow Mix
Mix of every imaginable carrot color, purple, red, white, even some orange, 65 days.
French novelty, short and round, for any soil, ideal in patio pot, eat raw or steamed, 60 days.