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Chantenay Carrot
Chantenay Carrot Seeds
Chantenay Carrot Seeds
Chantenay Carrot Chantenay Carrot Seeds Chantenay Carrot Seeds
Chantenay Carrot Chantenay Carrot Seeds Chantenay Carrot Seeds

Chantenay Carrot

150 Seeds

$ 2.99

(Daucus carota) Heirloom variety dating back to the 1830's produces stocky roots with broad shoulders and deep orange color.  Tops are large and healthy and roots have excellent, sweet flavor-- perfect for juicing.  Chantenay's 2.5" wide, tapered roots tolerate compacted soils better than nantes-type carrots.  70 days to harvest.  Approximately 150 seeds per packet.

CULTURE:  Plant seeds outdoors about 3-5 weeks before the last frost.  Prepare bed by tilling and removing any rocks.  Sow seeds in furrows 1/8" deep with rows 12-18" apart.  Keep soil moist until germination has occurred (10-21 days.)  Hint: To keep soil cool and moist during germination, carrot seed can be interplanted with radishes, which are harvested once the carrot seedlings are well established.  Thin seedlings to one every 3-4".  Successive plantings can be made every 2-3 weeks throughout spring and fall.

(Daucus carota) Heirloom variety dating back to the 1830's produces stocky roots with broad shoulders and deep orange color.  Tops are large and healthy and roots have excellent, sweet flavor-- perfect for juicing.  Chantenay's 2.5" wide, tapered roots tolerate compacted soils better than nantes-type carrots.  70 days to harvest.  Approximately 150 seeds per packet.

CULTURE:  Plant seeds outdoors about 3-5 weeks before the last frost.  Prepare bed by tilling and removing any rocks.  Sow seeds in furrows 1/8" deep with rows 12-18" apart.  Keep soil moist until germination has occurred (10-21 days.)  Hint: To keep soil cool and moist during germination, carrot seed can be interplanted with radishes, which are harvested once the carrot seedlings are well established.  Thin seedlings to one every 3-4".  Successive plantings can be made every 2-3 weeks throughout spring and fall.

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