Rainbow Carrot:

Rainbow Carrot Seeds

Rainbow Carrot:

  • 65 days
  • A blend of red, purple, white, and yellow, makes an interesting snack and adds lots of color to salads
  • Fun for children!
  • Some loss of color when cooked
  • Carrots prefer pH of 6-6.8     Allen, Sterling & Lothrop: pH 101
Approximate # of seeds per packet: 
1500

Product Detail Tabs

Little Finger "Baby" Carrots
As low as $1.50

New for 2013! Extra sweet gourmet carrot.  The slender, dark orange roots are perfect for kitchen gardens. Preserves well--pickled or frozen. Little Finger does well in small garden plots and containers.

    65 days to harvest.
    "Baby" carrot grows 4" long by 1" thick.
    Tolerates somewhat heavy soil but does best sown in deep, loose soil.
    Prefers soil pH 6-6.8
    Open pollinated.

Organic Danvers, Half-Long Strain Carrot
As low as $2.75

Popular, very uniform, heavy- cropping carrot. Flesh bright orange, fine-grained, tender, rich flavored and very sweet.
• 87 days to harvest.
• Heirloom variety.
• Prefers soil pH 6 - 6.8
• Carrots grow 7 to 7 ½" long.
• Can tolerate heavier or clay soils but, does best directly sown in deep, loose soil.
• Plant in full sun to partial shade.

Nantes, Half-Long Coreless Carrots
As low as $0.00

70 days. Excellent for freezing as well as home and market gardens. Tops are small; roots cylindrical, blunt-ended. Orange, crisp, tender and sweet.

    70 days to harvest.
    Carrots are 7-7½" long and 1½" around.
    Prefers soil pH 6 - 6.8.
    Direct sow in deep, loose soil.
    Plant in full sun to partial shade.

Imperator Carrots, Long Strain
As low as $1.50

Outstanding both as to busheling and bunching. Imperator has medium top growth. Carrots are slightly cylindrical in shape, and has a very smooth surface. Its color is deep orange inside and out with a very distinctive core. Superior in appearance, quality and flavor.

    77 days to harvest.
    Prefers soil pH 6 6.8.
    Carrots grow 7-9" long.
    Direct sow in deep, loose soil.

Red Core Chantenay Carrots
As low as $1.50

An improved variety valuable for market gardeners and shipping. Very tender and sweet. Great for storage.

    72 days to harvest.
    Carrots are 5" long with blunt ends.
    Direct sow in deep, loose soil.
    Prefers soil pH 6 - 6.8
    Plant in in full sun to partial shade.
    Heirloom variety.


 

Cosmic Purple Carrots
As low as $2.00

These carrots are the current trend--beautiful and unusual. Cosmic Purple carrots have bright purple skin with an orange center. They are sweet with a slightly spicy flavor. Best served raw as their color dulls with cooking.

    70 days to harvest.
    Carrots grow 7- 9" long with tapered ends.
    Direct sow in deep, loose soil.
    Prefers soil pH 6 - 6.8
    Plant in in full sun to partial shade.

Danvers Carrots, Half-Long Strain
As low as $1.50

Popular, very uniform, heavy- cropping carrot. Flesh bright orange, fine-grained, tender, rich flavored and very sweet.

    87 days to harvest.
    Heirloom variety.
    Prefers soil pH 6 - 6.8
    Carrots grow 7 to 7 ½" long.
    Can tolerate heavier or clay soils but, does best directly sown in deep, loose soil.
    Plant in full sun to partial shade.

Make rows about 15" apart and cover seed with 1/4" fine soil, well-pressed down. When young plants are well up thin to 1 to 2" apart according to variety. Cultivate frequently and keep row free of weeds.