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A delightful blend of five different colored carrots all suitable for growth as gourmet baby veggies or full-sized mature roots.Rainbow Carrot Blend is a treat for every garden. They are high in vitamins A and B.

Carrots are a cool-weather crop, best sown direct as soon as the soil is workable in spring, and sown successively every few weeks until midsummer.So sow the seeds about 2 inches apart, pushing them just ¼- to ½-inch into the soil. If you are going to let them reach full-size, either sow the seeds an inch apart and then thin them when the seedlings emerge, or space them 4 to 6 inches apart.

Here are the varieties you will grow in this blend:
Atomic Red: Atomic Red - Ideal for cooking, this root emerges a dull shade of pink from the earth. But with cooking it turns brilliant scarlet, and its flavor sharpens as well! If growing to full size, expect it to reach 8 to 11 inches long in 75 days.

Bambino Orange: A true baby carrot, arrow-shaped and absolutely delicious! The skin is dark orange and very smooth, the flesh sweet and crisp. Very small core. Harvest it at 4 inches or let it reach 6; it matures in about 60 days, but can be harvested even sooner.

Cosmic Purple: A carrot in a Halloween costume! The skin of these Nantes-type roots is deep violet, but the interior is orange. A gourmet variety, it offers a sweet bite with an aftertaste of spiciness that is most pleasing. If growing to full size, harvest the tapered 7-inch roots in about 70 days.

Lunar White: A true gourmet variety, grown in the Middle Ages but hard to find these days. The roots have a very small core, a mild bite, and a lovely texture that is pleasing either raw or cooked. When grown to full size, they reach 8 inches long in about 75 days.

Solar Yellow: Solar Yellow - Until recently this ancient carrot was found primarily in Middle Eastern specialty markets! It keeps its bright yellow color with cooking, and has a lovely moist, sweet, crunchy bite that it is a bit more sugary than traditional orange varieties. If you allow it to reach full size, it will stretch 6 to 7 inches long in 65 to 70 days, with broad shoulders topping a thick root that abruptly tapers to a fine point.

Seeds per pack: 200
Days to maturity: 70-80 Days
Life Cycle: Annual
Planting season: Late Summer, Fall
Sun Requirement: Full Sun

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