Package of 800 Seeds, Scarlet Nantes Carrot (Daucus carota) Non-GMO Seeds by Seed Needs

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Manufacturer Description

Grow Scarlet Nantes Carrots from fresh Daucus carota seeds. Scarlet Nantes is a French heirloom, introduced in the 1850's for it's delicious, 7 inch, bright orange roots. This variety is fine-grained, sweet and nearly coreless. Nantes is well known and is often used as a baby carrot as well. They freeze well and are also great when used in soups and stews. Crops will be ready for harvesting in about 65 to 75 days after first sprouts appear. Carrots, believe it or not, weren't always orange. Some of the most popular picks and more common picks in earlier days came in an array of colors such as Red (Atomic Carrot), Purple (Cosmic Carrot), Yellow (Solar Carrot) & White (Lunar Carrot). But as time carried on, orange became the more popular pick.

Product Features

Quality Scarlet Nantes Carrot seeds packaged by Seed Needs. Each Package displays a colorful illustration on the front side, as well as detailed sowing instructions on the reverse side. Scarlet Nantes carrots will be ready for harvesting in roughly 65 to 75 days from first sprouts. Scarlet Nantes is a French heirloom, introduced in the 1850's for it's delicious, 7 inch, bright orange roots. Carrots won't take up much room in the garden. Each root / plant can be spaced about 3 inches apart from one another. All Carrot seeds sold by Seed Needs are Non-GMO based seed products and are intended for the current & the following growing season. All seeds are produced from open pollinated plants, stored in a temperature controlled facility and constantly moved out due to popularity.

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