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Carrot seeds

Growing your own carrots from seeds is very rewarding.  Nothing beats fresh carrots from your garden that you can pick as you need them.  When you buy high quality carrot seeds for the variety(ies) that your taste buds prefer, you can enjoy fresh carrots year round.  

It is said that carrots improve and maintain a good vision.  I don't know if there is any truth to that, but carrots are excellent vegetables.  They can be eaten raw, steamed, cooked, fried, and mixed with any other vegetables and eaten with just about any meal.  Carrots make a healthy snack for children of all ages!  

 


New Kurodo Asian Carrot

The Carrot Asian New Kurodo, 'Daucus carota var staivus', is popular in the Orient. The New Kurodo is one of the sweetest carrots you will ever eat. Late planting your garden? Kurodo is quite heat resistant, so don't hesitate to plant in the late spring when you might be nervous about planting other carrots. New Kurodo has smooth, tapered roots that are 8 inches long with 2 inch shoulders. A 50% peat moss mix with the soil is ideal. Even moisture is essential.


Babette Carrot

The Carrot Baby Babette, 'Daucus carota var staivus', is a gourmet mini-carrot that was bred in France. The foliage is very strong and will not break off when pulling it up. Did you know that grocery store carrots are actually cored regular carrots? Once you try the sweet and crisp flavor of this "true" baby carrot, you will never look back. The single most important factor in growing carrots is to have a deep, clod and rock free, well drained soil. A 50% peat moss mix with the soil is ideal. Even moisture is essential.


Healthmaster Carrot

The Carrot Healthmaster, 'Daucus carota var staivus (hybrid)', is a new big hunk of carrot weighing in at around 1.5 pounds. It also contains 35% more vitamin A value than any Danvers carrot. This carrot will have a length of 10 inches and a crown of 3 inches and weigh more than a pound. The Healthmaster is resistant to growth cracks and has excellent flavor. The single most important factor in growing carrots is to have a deep, clod and rock free, well drained soil. A 50% peat moss mix with the soil is ideal. Even moisture is essential.


Little Fingers Carrot

The Carrot Little Finger, 'Daucus carota var staivus', is a baby gourmet mini-carrot carrot. Even if it is harvested early, it will have a deep orange color, a tender core and a sweet flavor. Did you know that grocery store baby carrots are actually cored regular carrots? Once you try the sweet and crisp flavor of this true baby carrot, you will never look back. The single most important factor in growing carrots is to have a deep, clod and rock free, well drained soil. A 50% peat moss mix with the soil is ideal. Even moisture is essential.


Royal Chantenay Carrot

The Carrot Royal Chantenay, 'Daucus carota var staivus', produces home grown carrots that taste better than store bought. They have a sweet, crisp, nice flavor and they are excellent for heavy, clay dominated soils. Royal Chantenay is considered an excellent all around carrot by combining excellent qualities such as flavor, shallow soil growth, and storage ability. The single most important factor in growing carrots is to have a deep, clod and rock free, well drained soil. A 50% peat moss mix with the soil is ideal.


Thumbelina Carrot

The Carrot Thumbelina, 'Daucus carota var staivus (hybrid)', is a small round gourmet carrot with a magnificent, very sweet flavor. Thumbelina was a 1992 All America Winner and is great in heavy soils and pots. Because of its small size, it is great for shallow, clay soils and containers. No excuses for condo/apartment dweller for not growing their own veggies. The single most important factor in growing carrots is to have a deep, clod and rock free, well drained soil. A 50% peat moss mix with the soil is ideal. Even moisture is essential.

 


 

 

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