Carrot Seeds

  • $4.85
    65 Days Grow giant carrots without compromising great flavor and quality! Harvest as normal sized 8 to 9" long, or...
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  • $4.35
    An early Nantes type. Vigorous plants produce 8 to 10 inch long, smooth, slender and cylindrical carrots with a...
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  • $3.95
    A highly attractive, open pollinated variety bred for home gardeners. Dark purple roots can be eaten fresh, juiced,...
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  • $3.45–$4.95
    75 Days Tops in flavor and yield. Roots are 9 in. long, heavy-shouldered and bright orange in color. Very sweet. 
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  • $3.75–$5.95
    65 Days A popular half-long carrot averaging 6 inches in length by 1-1/2 inches in diameter. Smooth roots are rich...
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  • $3.35–$5.95
    78 Days A European favorite, and you'll see why when you grow it. This is a very heavy yielder, has good orange...
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  • $3.75–$5.95
    75-77 Days The sweetest and longest variety of all. Coreless and crisp. Makes delicious carrot sticks. Roots...
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  • $3.35
    65 Days A gourmet treat when cooked and served whole. Excellent for canning and pickling whole. Tiny, 3 to 5 inch...
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  • $4.75–$13.95
    45-60 Days So sweet, it's sometimes referred to as the 'sugar carrot'. Harvest at 45 days for bright orange baby...
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  • $4.95
    70 Days Believe it or not, carrot colors are yellow, white, light orange, dark orange and coral. This is a single...
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    You'll say "YEAH!" to Yaya. Sets a new standard for quality and flavor. The 6 inch long, Nantes-type, cylindrical...
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Carrot seeds can be sowed as soon as the soil can be worked, however, like many vegetable seeds, carrot seeds will germinate quicker in warm soils than in cold soils. For this reason, many growers have found that sowing carrot seeds in soil with 60°-70°F temps. yields better germination. Sow carrot seeds 1/4" deep, with about 3 seeds to the inch. Then thin to 2-3 in. apart. Plant every 2 weeks for a continuous supply until it gets too hot. Avoid planting carrot seeds too early or too late to prevent plants from bolting.