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Solar Yellow Carrot
Solar Yellow Carrott - Photo submitted by Chris Whitty of Ireland
Solar Yellow Carrot
Item Id: 3090141

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Solar Yellow

60 days — A Danvers-type carrot with roots reaching about six inches in length. Their bright yellow color adds a special look to your entrées, salads and veggie platters. especially when combined with red, purple, white and orange varieties.

According to the USDA[2], Xanthophylls are the pigments that give the yellow carrots their golden hues and have been linked with good eye health.

Yellow carrots originated in Afghanistan, Turkey, and the Middle East in the 900s. Each packet contains 1 gram, which is approximately 650 seeds.

Informational Sources:

  1. "Pigment Power in Carrot Colors", USDA ARS Vegetable Research Service

  2. "New Carrots Offer Colorful Surprises and Health Benefits," by Erin Peabody, November 15, 2004.

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