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Bambino Carrot (61 Days)

The petite and tender gourmet carrots grow perfectly in containers. Harvest the slender carrots starting at 4” and sow a few plantings throughout the season for an extended harvest. 

150 seeds


Daucus carota

Germination: 6-14 days

Germination Temperature: Optimum soil temperatures 60-85ºF. The cooler the soil the longer it takes for germination, up to 3 weeks.

Seed Sowing Depth: 1/4” deep

Sowing Outdoors: Start 3 weeks before last frost into mid-summer. Sow lightly, thin to 1-3” apart. The larger the carrot variety the more space needed between them. The soil moisture should be maintained regularly until germination, letting soil dry out during this period may result in lower germination.

How much does a packet plant: 8 foot row

Harvest: Start when carrots reach finger size for baby carrots. Carrots planted for summer harvest will hold in the ground for a few weeks but tend to split if they stay in the ground too long. Late season carrots hold longer and become sweeter in the cooler weather.

Tips: Using a row cover helps to maintain moisture for germination. Carrots prefer a loose soil, free of rubble. Use the shorter varieties for heavy soils. Keep well weeded and cover any exposed carrot with soil or mulch to prevent greening. An excess of nitrogen in the soil cause the roots to become hairy.

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    Charlie M.
    United States
    I recommend this product
    Really good!

    We have harvested some of these carrots and found them to be sweet and tasty. We has very good germination with them as well.Our shopping experience with Pinetree has been pleasant. thank you.

    Alice M.
    Love the Bambino!

    This will be my 3rd year growing the Bambino carrots in a container. They are easy to grow, taste great, have had no problems with pests or disease. Look forward to another crop of fun.