What are the pros? Good spicy flavor for cooking
What are the cons? Must thin well, big shoulders
This carrot is a favorite, we plant 2 rows of this to one of anything else.Needs: good loose deep soil (we use raised beds), THINNING,mulching and plenty of water. With all of this, we get big beefy carrots best suited for cooking and canning. They have a spicy, carroty-green flavor when raw, loose sharpness when cooked.CSA members love seeing them in a bundle with Purple Dragon, Scarlet Nantes and whatever white carrot we can get to grow. When planted in mid-may in central Ohio, expect best results in September-October.They don't get woody when large,you get lots of carrot for your effort.
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