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Little Fingers Carrot
Little Fingers Carrot
Little Fingers Carrot
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Little Fingers
60 days — Deep-orange colored, one-half inch by three inch long, blunt tips, with smooth skin and small cores. Because the color develops early, they can be harvested at a young, tender stage for use as baby gourmet carrots. Each packet contains one gram, which is approximately 650 seeds.
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Tasty Little Carrots
I expanded my garden in 2013 and included a couple of raised beds. I decided to try carrots. I simply sowed the seeds as soon as I could work the soil in the beds and walked away. I watered them during dry spells but they really did fine by themselves. I also planted the Chantenay Royal carrots. The Little Fingers Carrots are very sweet and tasty but I want a little bigger carrot for freezing for soups etc.-as the product description says some of these are very small.Great for quick pulling from the garden if want an early carrot for stirfrys etc.
Reviewed by: rosemary kelley from Southern Illinois. on 1/3/2014
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