Easily grown in average soils
It's fun to grow a rainbow of colors.
Plant in succession, starting at frost-free date, for constant supply.
Shorter varieties will cope better with clay or rocks. Avoid freshly manured soil.
Do not allow the seed-bed to dry out or crust after planting--if soil is heavy, cover the seed with compost, sand, or even vermiculite instead of soil to make emergence easier.
Carrots love sandy soil. If you have clay or stony soil, use shorter varieties.
We offer the traditional orange carrots, but also carry yellow, red, and purple carrots!
Daucus carota / ALL/Matures 9-11/Harvest 4+/Yield 100-400/Spacing 3" or broadcast carefully