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Type: Vegetable
Seed #: 411
Common Name: Carrots - Danvers
Latin Name:
Variety: Half Longs
Colour: Orange
Temperature: 10C - 18C (50F - 64F) (Zone 2)
Blooms: 68 Days
Site: Full Sun
Height: 16cm - 20cm (6" - 8")
Spread: 15cm - 30cm (6" - 12")
Quantity: 100 Seeds
Price: $3.33
Plant these to encourage birds and butterflies to visit your garden frequently.
Attracts
Butterflies

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Carrots - Danvers


Notes: Tasty tapering semi blunted ends. Very suitable for home gardeners needs. Easy to grow. Carrots thrive when planted near lettuce, chives, leeks, rosemary, sage, peas and wormwood.


Instructions: Direct sow carrots outdoors 1.5 inches deep when earth can be worked. The bed should be worked deep into the soil to allow carrot to grow unencumbered by tightly packed soil. Thin to 2" per plant and spread rows 15" apart for best results.


Habitat: Prefers rich,well-drained, full sun location. Plant marigolds in alternate rows to deter carrot fly. If you let carrots go to seed you will find that their flowers attract butterflies like a magnet. Carrots take two years to flower but are not a commonly seen flower and worth waiting for. Especially if there are several. Flower heads can be dried and used in arrangements.


History: Carrots were first cultivated in the Mediterranean in 500 BC. They were purple, yellow and white. A 17th century, Japan developed the carrot we see in grocery stores today.


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Parsnips - Parsnips grow crisp, long white or off-white carrot-like roots with a sweet and mild. Flavour vastly improves with exposure to cold temperatures so stores well in the ground. Great for soups and stews.   Peas - Tall Telephone  - Heirloom (1885) These tall climbing Vines (6-8ft) produce lots of excellent late ripening 3' pod with 6 - 8 peas each. Perfect for fresh eating or freezing. Crop produces continuously rather than all at once for prolonged harvests. Also known as Alderman Sweet Pea. Mildew resistant.   Squash - This ever popular and trust,worthy producer is bound to please the  Squash lover. Medium sized, bottle shaped winter squash that boasts a  sweet orange flesh, with a taste similar to that of a pumpkin with a nutty finish.
Parsnips   Peas - Tall Telephone   Squash
(Parsnips)   (Pisum sativum)   (Cucurbita moschata)

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