50 to 70 days — Also known as 'Amsterdam Forcing.' Often grown as an early season variety, 'Amsterdam' produces roots that are deep-orange in color and almost coreless. Average length is four to six inches and roots tend to be cylindrical and slim in shape. This "finger" carrot is an exceptional forcing variety, which makes it’s a good choice for greenhouse use, in addition to outdoor production.
When grown in heavier soil as a main season variety, the roots remain relatively straight and can reach ten inches or more and still remain tasty. Each packet contains one gram, which is approximately 650 seeds.