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Chantenay, Red Cored Carrot
Chantenay Red Cored Carrot
Chantenay, Red Cored Carrot
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Red Cored Chantenay
70 days — Chantenay carrots were developed and originally introduced in France in the 1830s.  Its roots are five to 5˝ inches long, tender, sweet, bright orange in color and stump-rooted in shape.

'Red Cored Chantenay' is the result of continued selection of "red" or orange colored roots and was introduced by C. C. Morse & Company in 1929.[1]  Each packet contains one gram, which is approximately 650 seeds.

  1. "Descriptions of Types of Principal American Varieties of Orange-Fleshed Carrots," USDA Miscellaneous Publication No. 361, May, 1940
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Not bad
The carrots in these are pretty good, but not nearly as good as the purple ones I got from here last year. Germination and growth were slightly better than the others, though.
Reviewed by: Amber Schooley from Pomona, CA. on 4/13/2014
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