Carrots are slow to germinate, so plant with a quick germinating / growing crop, such as radishes, to mark your rows. Carrots were first domesticated 5000 years ago in today's Iran and Afghanistan, and at that time they came in black, red, white and purple. Today's orange carrots were created in the Netherlands as a tribute to the ruling House of Orange.

Approximately 320,000 seeds per lb. 1/2 oz. needed for a 100 foot row, 3 lb. per acre.

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Carrot, Chantenay Red Cored

Large, red-orange carrots with a blunt tip. Garden favorite for over 150 years.

Carrot, Danvers Half Long

Medium orange color, 7" long with blunt tip.

Carrot, Little Finger

Early, very sweet, baby carrot.

Carrot, Rainbow Mixture

Mix of Cosmic Purple, Solar Yellow, Lunar White, Atomic Red carrots

Carrot, Scarlet Nantes

Attractive, uniform orange color. Sweet taste.


Long, slender carrot with a medium orange color.