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Bright orange carrots with a slightly rounded point. When they hit the bottom of the garden box, they grow thicker instead of curving. The longer they grow, the thicker they get. Grows up to 15-20cm long.

Free delivery from € 30

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Sowing: 15 March - 15 August

Level 1

seeds are sown

Level 2

first seedlings

Level 3

thinned seedlings

Level 4

little plants

Level 5

first harvest

Level 6


Zaaitijd: half maart-half aug
Hoogte: 30-40 cm
Inhoud: ± 175 zaden, voldoende voor 5 vakken
Opbrengst: minstens 12 grote wortels per vak
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Home-grown carrots are delicious, and this variety is nice and sweet. It also has a rounded tip. So, when your carrots hit the bottom of your garden box, they just get thicker. They won’t bend and grow crooked.

The root of the carrot grows 15 to 20 cm long. You can leave them in your boxes for a long time in the fall.
  • Species name: Nantes-2
  • Family: root
  • Plants per square patch: 16
  • Height: 30 to 40 cm
  • Sowing time: mid-March to mid-August
  • Sowing depth: 0.5 cm
  • Germination: 10 - 21°C in 10 - 15 days
  • Time to harvest: after 9 to 10 weeks
  • Sunlight: ideally full sun (more sun means sweeter taste)
Want to buy carrot seeds? We sell seed bags separately, or, you can get them as part of a seed pack:

What's so special about our carrot seeds?

Most carrots have pointed tips. When they reach the bottom of your garden box they try to grow along the bottom and get crooked. Skinny L-shaped carrots anyone? 
Our carrots don't have that problem. They have rounded tips. So, they don’t grow crooked, they just grow thicker. 
This variety is ideal for summer or fall. You can leave them in your garden box for a long time before harvesting in the winter. 
Even better, they are delicious: sweet, crunchy, and full of flavor. 

Sowing and growing

16 carrots fit in 1 square patch. To sow, poke 16 holes and drop a few seeds in each. When the seedlings come up, thin them out carefully so the remaining carrots have enough room to grow.
Thinning out means cutting away extra seedlings at the soil line. If you uproot them like weeds, you'll disturb the remaining carrots. Same goes for transplanting: just don’t do it 😉
Step-by-step sowing and growing instructions are included in the Planty Gardening app.  

How do you use carrots?

You can enjoy the carrot roots by themselves. Eat them raw by the fistful or grated in salads. You can also boil, stew, or roast them. 
The leaves are edible and super healthy. They taste similar to parsley: spicy with a hint of carrot flavor. Process raw in a (tabouleh) salad with the carrot root, tomato, onion, chickpeas, and cumin. Or make a pesto. Or toss in a stir fry. The options are endless. 

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