'Carrot- All Seasons' seeds
- Root vegetable
- Good disease resistance
- Large orange roots growing to 20cm
Large orange roots growing to 20cm. Can be planted almost all year round. Very popular in Queensland and New South Wales. Good disease resistance.
Seeds per gram: 697
Product code: D4-09_P
Best Months to Sow
Quick Sowing Guide
|Season||Spring, summer and autumn (and winter with moderate results)|
|Germination||14-21 days @ 10-30°C|
|Hardiness / Life Cycle||Half hardy Biennial (usually grown as an annual)|
|Position||Full sun, well drained soil|
|Days Until Maturity||120-140 days|
*Notes: Cultivate soil well before sowing.
How To Grow
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|VIC, NSW, ACT, QLD, TAS, SA, NT||WA|
|Small seed packets ONLY -||Economy Delivery||$3.00 or FREE on orders over $25||$5|
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|Starting from $15.00
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Ratings & Reviews
Carrot- All SeasonsThese carrots are great. I grew them in winter with little sunlight, and while they took a good while, they never suffered, never attracted any pests or mildew (did not overhead water), and the best part is they were not bitter like I expected after being in the ground so long. I plan to grow them in favorable conditions this time and expect a great harvest!
I grew this in winterI grew these in winter last year and they were slow to develop but ended up turning out great, nice and juicy too