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  1. Adelaide Carrot

    ADELAIDE CARROT (F1 hybrid 65 days)

    This Dutch hybrid is used exclusively for producing those attractive baby carrots that command such a premium price at the market. An early, cylindrical, bright orange, coreless carrot that grows to about 3 1/2 inches for harvest, Adelaide will retain its remarkable sweet flavor for quite a while. Use raw, in salads, for pickling, and in stir-fries. 300 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  2. Lunar White Carrot

    LUNAR WHITE CARROT (55 days)

    A creamy white carrot with green shoulders, Lunar White is mild and sweet. The tender roots grow to 6-8". White carrots are making a comeback. When Henry VIII sat down for lunch the carrots on the table were white. White carrots remained popular through the 19th century but faded from view in the 20th. This improved variety is sweet and crunchy. 300 seeds Learn More
    $1.50

  3. Napoli Carrot

    NAPOLI CARROT (F1 hybrid 66 days)

    Napoli was my favorite carrot for years but the seed became difficult to get so we stopped carrying it. Plentiful again it is back in the catalog, replacing "Pot O Gold". While the earliness for a Nantes type is exceptional, we are even more impressed with the quality of the roots (very few misshapen, great color) and particularly with the good, not-too-sweet flavor. Length is about 7 inches and will tolerate thick sowing. 300 seeds Learn More
    $1.50

  4. MINICORE CARROT (55 days)

    MINICORE CARROT (55 days)

    Germ 6-14 days. A nantes type baby carrot packed full of sweet and tender flavor. Sow into containers, raised beds or straight up in the garden and harvest the roots at 3-5 inches. Scrub the roots, remove foliage and roast whole for a springtime feast. 300 seeds Learn More
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  5. MOKUM CARROT  (F1 hybrid 54 days)

    MOKUM CARROT (F1 hybrid 54 days)

    This Dutch variety is relatively early, has fine color, a small core, and is very juicy and sweet. An Amsterdam type, roots are about 6 inches long. It makes a fine "baby" carrot due to its high sugar content and rapid coloring, but it is fine for harvesting throughout the season as well. One of the best flavored varieties with a rich sweetness that is especially good raw and for juicing. Southern customers say this is the best carrot for growing in that region. (200 seeds) Learn More
    $1.65

  6. Danvers Half Long Carrot

    DANVERS HALF LONG CARROT (75 days)

    HEIRLOOM 1871 Roots are 6-8 inches long with a blunt point. Danvers is a good choice for those with heavy soil. Skin is a distinctive reddish orange color. Flavor is excellent and roots store well. This variety originated with market gardeners around Danvers, Mass.? 300 seeds Learn More
    $1.50

  7. ST VALERY CARROT (60-80 days heirloom)

    ST VALERY CARROT (60-80 days heirloom)

    HEIRLOOM 1885 According to the 1924 James Vicks catalog, "the best and most handsome main crop carrot. Enormously productive, very desirable for private gardens as well as for markets". This is an improvement on the very old "Long Orange". Ten inch roots are sweet, tender, and delicious. Stores well. 300 seeds Learn More
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  8. IMPERATOR CARROT (heirloom)

    IMPERATOR CARROT (heirloom)

    HEIRLOOM 1928 One of the very first "All America" winners and it still qualifies as heirloom seed. According to the 1936 Henry A Dreer catalog: "This carrot represents a most desirable combination of choice eating qualities and splendid appearance. The roots grow 7 to 8 inches long. They have a broad shoulder and gradually taper to a fine tap root. Due to their form they are easy to harvest". Need we say more? Unfortunately we can't sell the packets for a dime as Dreer did. 300 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  9. Tender Sweet Carrot

    TENDERSWEET CARROT (heirloom)

    HEIRLOOM prior to 1936 According to the 1936 James Vick catalog, "many of our customers who do not care much for carrots are enthusiastic about Tendersweet. The roots are long, tapering down to a blunt end and are reddish orange in color, and very uniform in size and shape. Popular with market growers because of the attractive bunch it makes". 300 seeds Learn More
    $1.50

  10. Cosmic Purple Carrot

    COSMIC PURPLE CARROT (65 days)

    With a stunning shade of purple skin, this unique Danvers type carrot is a delight when harvested. A new introduction in 2005, it has become very popular amongst gardeners because of its sweet crunchiness and eye pleasing table appeal. When sliced in coin-sized pieces, the inner yellow core is surrounded by orange flesh and encircled by the purple skin that will remain colorful after cooking. Produces 6 to 8 inch tapered roots that will definitely be the star of your garden. 300 seeds Learn More
    $1.50

  11. Atomic Red Carrot

    ATOMIC RED CARROT (76 days)

    Give applause to the amazing world of carrots. Why? Because the red surface and flesh are not only brilliant and unusual, but this variety also has the health benefit of being very high in the antioxidant lycopene. The flavor and red color intensifies when steamed, baked, or roasted and the healthful attributes of lycopene are more readily available after cooking. These carrots grow to 9 inches. Grow all our colored carrots, Lunar White, Rainbow, Cosmic Purple, and Atomic Red to add color to meals or give a mixed bunch to your neighbors for some fun reactions. 300 seeds Learn More
    $1.50

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  12. Amarillo Carrot

    AMARILLO CARROT (70 days)

    Named for the Spanish word for yellow, not the city in Texas, these lovely bright lemon-yellow roots are very sweet and juicy. Yellow carrots have been around forever and are the favorites of a few folks here at Pinetree. Roots will grow to 8 inches and the size is somewhat variable. Makes an interesting addition to crudites and also retains its sweet flavor when cooked. 300 seeds Learn More
    $1.50

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