- 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
GARDEN: Start planting lettuce, carrots, peas in pots this springMarch 6, 2018 - North Delta Reporter
One of the easiest vegetables to grow from seed is lettuce. I use a shallow bowl, fill it with dirt and then sprinkle the lettuce seeds on top. Press the seeds in, water and wait. Lettuce is a fast grower and can germinate within two days. Since...
The power of seed savingMarch 9, 2018 - Kitsap Sun
Or Black Nebula carrots, which are packed with the anthocyanins that make blueberries so healthy (they taste like regular carrots, though a little less sweet). Black and purple carrots have been grown in India for centuries, as have yellow and white...
How to grow Carrots from seed
Carrots are best grown in sandy, well prepared soil which has been previously manured at least 6 months before you decide to sow your seeds (don't worry if you have not manuared your patch...
Never Buy Carrot Seed Again - How to Save Carrot Seed
In this episode in our cntinued seed saving series we show you how to save carrot seed! It is an easy one to save, but it takes lots of patience and planning. Once you have the method down,...
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Bunny BuiltHenry Holt and Company (BYR). 2018
A construction bunny learns a creative lesson in sharing and friendship when he meets the biggest carrot of his life. LaRue was very handy. His toolbox had everything and industrious bunny could ever need. Everything, that is, except carrots. But then LaRue stumbles onto a special seed. With proper tending, this seed quickly grows into an ENORMOUS CARROT! What's a bunny to do with so much carrot? In a stroke of construction genius (and generosity), LaRue has the answer. This clever story celebrates just what it means to be a friend. A Christy Ottaviano Book
Heirloom Vegetable GardeningVoyageur Press (MN). 2018
"This book is sure to be a modern classic and is one of the most important books on gardening in the current century." —Jere Gettle, founder, Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds Heirloom Vegetable Gardening has always been a book for gardeners and cooks interested in unique flavors, colors, and history in their produce. This updated edition has been improved throughout with growing zones, advice, and new plant entries. Line art has been replaced with lush, full-color photography. Yet at the core, this book delivers on the same promise it made two decades ago: It’s a comprehensive guide based on meticulous first-person research to these 300+ plants, making it a book to come back to season after season.