Botanical Interests Seeds, Carrot, Danvers 126
Daucus carota sativus. USDA organic. Cool season. 65 days. Sow in early spring to late summer. Heirloom. In addition to classic flavor, Danvers is excellent in heavy soils and is resistant to cracks and splits. The Danvers carrot was developed during the late nineteenth century in Massachusetts; it worked wonderfully interplanted with onions and grew particularly well in the heavy soils because of its higher fiber content than Nantes type carrots. Wonderful flavor. Very resistant to cracks and splits. Strong tops make harvesting easy. This packet sows four 10-foot rows. Peel back flaps. More info inside. We are dedicated to inspiring & educating the gardener in you. That's why we've put even more helpful information inside. No GMOs. All our seeds are untreated. www.botanicalinterests.com. Certified organic by the Colorado Dept. of Agriculture.