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Plants Matching daucus carota

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Image of Daucus carota photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Carrot, Garden Carrot, Queen Anne's Lace)

In the wild it may be called Queen Anne's lace or wild carrot, but as a cultivated plant Daucus carota is simply referred to as the garden carrot.

The cultivated carrot is a hardy, herbaceous, biennial of European and Asian origin. It is grown for its crisp, sweet, tasty tap roots. Often called Daucus carota ssp. sativus, it is a biennial but rarely gets the chance to flower because its roots are harvested in the first season. If allowed to flower, it has large, pretty,...

(Carrot)

In the wild it may be called Queen Anne's lace or wild carrot, but as a cultivated plant Daucus carota is simply referred to as the garden carrot.

The cultivated carrot is a hardy, herbaceous, biennial of European and Asian origin. It is grown for its crisp, sweet, tasty tap roots. Often called Daucus carota ssp. sativus, it is a biennial but rarely gets the chance to flower because its roots are harvested in the first season. If allowed to flower, it has large, pretty,...

(Carrot, Danvers 126 Carrot)

The sweet, medium-sized, deep orange carrots of 'Danver's 126' are vigorous, heat-tolerant and easy to grow - even in clay or heavy loam soils. They are prized for their smooth skin, high yields and can be harvested after 75 days of growth after seed germination.

The cultivated carrot is a hardy, herbaceous, biennial of European and Asian origin. It is grown for its crisp, sweet, tasty tap roots. Often called Daucus carota ssp. sativus, it is a biennial but rarely gets the chance...

(Carrot, Dragon Carrot)

The sweet-flavored taproots of this recently introduced carrot cultivar have reddish purple skin and orange flesh. Plants grow from seed to harvest in about 90 days, yielding classically shaped carrots. John Navazio of the Organic Seed Alliance in Port Townsend, Washington, developed 'Dragon'.

The cultivated carrot is a hardy herbaceous biennial of Eurasian and North African origin. It is grown for its crisp, sweet, tasty taproot. If its roots are not harvested, it produces lacy, white, umbrella-shaped...

(Carrot, Imperator Special 58 Carrot)

The roots of ‘Imperator Special 58’ are large, deep orange and stay tender and sweet despite their size. They mature in 75-days and produce quite a harvest.

The cultivated carrot is a hardy, herbaceous, biennial of European and Asian origin. It is grown for its crisp, sweet, tasty tap roots. Often called Daucus carota ssp. sativus, it is a biennial but rarely gets the chance to flower because its roots are harvested in the first season. If allowed to flower, it has large, pretty,...

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Jessie Keith

(Carrot, Kinko Carrot)

The roots of ‘Kinko 4’ are small, deep orange throughout with a crisp texture and sweet flavor. These fast-growing baby carrots can be harvested only 52 days from planting.

The cultivated carrot is a hardy, herbaceous, biennial of European and Asian origin. It is grown for its crisp, sweet, tasty tap roots. Often called Daucus carota ssp. sativus, it is a biennial but rarely gets the chance to flower because its roots are harvested in the first season. If allowed to flower,...

(Baby Carrot, Carrot, Little Finger Carrot)

The small, finger-sized roots of ‘Little Finger’ are bright orange, crisp and sweet. They are nearly coreless baby carrots ideal for eating fresh. Children are particularly fond of the easy-to-pull roots. Harvest 65 days after planting. These carrots taste best if eaten within weeks of harvest. In long-term storage they are known to lose sweetness.

The cultivated carrot is a hardy, herbaceous, biennial of European and Asian origin. It is grown for its crisp, sweet, tasty tap roots. Often called...

(Carrot, Nantes Coreless Carrot)

So, why is 'Nantes Coreless' called coreless? Because this sweet, orange-fleshed carrot has such a thin, slender core that it seems almost absent. In 68-days plants bear sweet, medium-sized “coreless” carrots ready for harvest.

The cultivated carrot is a hardy, herbaceous, biennial of European and Asian origin. It is grown for its crisp, sweet, tasty tap roots. Often called Daucus carota ssp. sativus, it is a biennial but rarely gets the chance to flower because its roots are...

(Carrot, Paris Market Heirloom Carrot)

The sweet-flavored, golfball-size carrots of this French heirloom variety mature in about 55 days from seed, making it a good choice for areas with short or cool summers.

The cultivated carrot is a hardy herbaceous biennial of Eurasian and North African origin. It is grown for its crisp, sweet, tasty taproot. If its roots are not harvested, it produces lacy, white, umbrella-shaped flower-heads the following summer.

Carrots are easy to grow if given deep, rich, friable soil and full sun. In...

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All-America Selections

(Carrot, Purple Haze Carrot)

Purple-skinned with orange interiors, the long, plump, tapered roots of this All America Selection are colorful as well as tasty. Plants grow from seed to harvest in about 75 days, yielding sweet, succulent, classically proportioned carrots.

The cultivated carrot is a hardy herbaceous biennial of Eurasian and North African origin. It is grown for its crisp, sweet, tasty taproot. If its roots are not harvested, it produces lacy, white, umbrella-shaped flower-heads the following summer.

Carrots...