80 to 90 days — Also known as 'James Scarlet.' The roots are smooth, bright orange-red and grow ten to twelve inches in length. They are exceptionally sweet and tender. Like most carrot varieties, St. Valery grows best in light, sandy soil.
Documented as early as 1885 by Vilmorin Seeds of France, although they stated at the time that this was already an old variety. Each packet contains one gram, which is approximately 400 seeds.