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Photo Burpee Short 'n Sweet Carrot Seeds 3000 seeds review
Burpee Short 'n Sweet Carrot Seeds 3000 seeds
$8.49
Burpee Short 'n Sweet Carrot Seeds 3000 seeds
Burpee exclusive. This rich, Sweet flavored Carrot has 4" roots that are bright-orange to the center and was bred especially for heavy or poor soil
Each packet contains 3000 seeds
Sow outdoors in early spring after the average last frost date and harvest in 68 days
Plant Height is 4". plant spread is 3". yields 4" roots
Annual for all growing zones from 1-11. Sunlight exposure = full-sun
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Photo David's Garden Seeds Carrot Imperator 58 SL1871 (Orange) 500 Heirloom Seeds review
David's Garden Seeds Carrot Imperator 58 SL1871 (Orange) 500 Heirloom Seeds
$8.45
David's Garden Seeds Carrot Imperator 58 SL1871 (Orange) 500 Heirloom Seeds
Harvest in about 80 days
Seeds are Non-GMO and hand packed by David's Garden Seeds in the United States
Smooth dark orange standard long
Excellent all-purpose carrot Very flavorful sweet and tender
Germination rate about 80%
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Photo Little Finger Carrot 200 Seeds #8135 Item Upc#650348691714 review
Little Finger Carrot 200 Seeds #8135 Item Upc#650348691714
$5.68
Little Finger Carrot 200 Seeds #8135 Item Upc#650348691714
60 days. This extra-sweet baby carrot really is the size of your little finger! Growing only about 4 inches long, it is a classic baby variety with a crisp consistency and juicy bite that most everyone finds irresistible.
Higher in vitamins A and B than their store-bought counterparts, home-grown carrots are also rich in calcium and phosphorus -- and they taste delicious! 200 Seeds
Carrots are a cool-weather crop, best sown direct as soon as the soil is workable in spring, or in late summer for fall harvest. Heavy soils are a problem for root development, so prepare the soil thoroughly before planting or, if you are in a clay soil area, consider growing in raised beds or even containers.
Thin the seedlings to 3 inches apart. Harvest the roots as soon as you want, but certainly when they are less than 2 inches across; the smaller the tastier!
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