100.0% would recommend this item to a friend.
8 out of 8 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? More flavor than orange carrot
What are the cons? Little slow coming up
Tastes like 3 times the flavor of the regular orange carrots. Soft, crunchy and very flavorful. This carrot will surely become a staple in our garden now.
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12 out of 14 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? soft and flavorful
What are the cons? watch planting date
Snow White can be picked small or large and still have a pleasantly mild crunch and a licorice-like flavor. Here in northeast Ohio, I found the best times to plant Snow White to be in April or in late July. Otherwise, they went to seed during the summer heat and long days. Since I amended my soil to be sandy and light, these carrots grew long and straight. My friends and family liked them best of all of the heirloom carrots planted in 2014, which included Muscade, Dragon, and Cosmic Purple. (Only dark purple hybrids were more preferred.)
7 out of 8 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow; good flavor
What are the cons? long time to harvest
This is a stunning carrot. My carrots are whiter and brighter than the ones shown in the photo. I've never grown carrots before, much of anything actually, and found them very easy to grow. Just keep the soil consistently moist til germination, be persistent, and then water regularly till they're ready to harvest. The flavor was sweet but not as sweet as the nantes I buy at the farmers markets. The only downside was the long time from planting to harvest. Seeds were planted in mid October and the first carrot was pulled in April. Maybe the winter daytime hours were too short. My carrots were of a good girth, about an inch in diameter, and softly crisp--not woody at all.
7 out of 9 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Love the white
What are the cons? none
This carrot was the second runner up out of 6 carrots I grew last year. It is very sweet, with a little more fiber than the amarillo. Everyone was stunned to see the bright white carrots. Very showy at the ThanksGiving table when mixed with the other colors. Lorri D
8 out of 9 people found the following review helpful:
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I planted these carrots last spring in North Carolina, in the coastal area. They had great tops, and looked promising, but they became woody before they were a size worth harvesting. I cannot recommend these for climates like mine.