300 seeds per packet (unless otherwise noted). The Carrot is an easily grown vegetable that gives most satisfactory results in a well-manured sandy loam, thoroughly worked. May be sown for succession from early spring to midsummer. Sow in drills 14-16 inches apart and cover lightly. Press the soil firmly over the seed, especially in dry weather. Thin 2 inches apart in the row.
70 days. Stump rooted, early and productive. Bright orange in color, smooth and of fine appearance. A fine... More
Beautiful, lemon-yellow roots are delicious roasted, and in autumn stews. It is a big, thick carrot that has... More
This was known as an old variety even in 1885. It is a large, attractive carrot acclaimed for its delicious... More
90 days. Our old catalogs called this, “the brightest and sweetest of all carrots.” Deep reddish-orange... More
This variety grows partly out of the ground, which portion will turn light green. The roots are very large... More