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Autumn King Carrot
Autumn King carrots
Autumn King Carrot
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Autumn King

70-85 days — Synonyms are 'Flakkee', 'Flakkee Giant Processor', 'Vita Longa', and 'Long Flacoro.' Produces bright-orange Imperator-type roots that reach up to twelve inches long and two-in-a-half inches in diameter.  Tops grow strong and upright, reaching fourteen to sixteen inches in height.  A very popular variety in Europe, used primarily for processing.  Possesses excellent cold tolerance, which allows this variety to be sown through August for harvesting throughout the winter. 

Each packet contains one gram, which is approximately 400 seeds.
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Loved these carrots! This was my first attempt at growing carrots (and really growing anything at all). I was calling this my experimental home garden since I really did not know what I was doing...but these came out lovely! Planted them too close together so I had some tiny ones but the ones that I gave enough room to grow got pretty plump! The roots taste exceptional (much better than what you get at the grocery) and you can juice or blend the tops into smoothies! Trying to let a few of them go to seed next season so I left some in the garden. We shall see what happens :)
Reviewed by: Camille Hontiveros from Northern Virginia. on 10/28/2014
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