A great smaller style carrot that produces an early yield. This variety has excellent sweet, orange roots that are cyclindrical with a thin core, making them super tender. One of the best baby or ‘finger’ carrots. A good variety for sites heavier soils or a shallow top soil. Suitable for freezing. 1,000 seeds.
A carrot as white as snow!! This carrot has a mild sweet flavour and is almost coreless. When mature it grows to about 20 cm long, it is also suited to baby carrot harvesting as it has a very crisp, delicate flavour. The shoulders can get a green tinge if out of the ground, hill up if this is not wanted. 400 seeds.
Wow man. Blow your friends away with this example of how carrots looked before they were bred to be orange. This 15-18 cm totally purple-skinned carrot with a yellow-orange core and long, cylindrical shape has a sweet and spicy taste raw or cooked. About 200 seeds.
This French variety produces many, small, round carrots up to golf ball size. A fast maturing type very easily grown in shallow soils. Great for children's vegie gardens. Carrots do best in fertile, well drained soil, but do not like fresh manures. In summer they require plenty of deep watering. Good companion plant with peas, lettuces and onions. 600 seeds
Crunchy, sweet and super early, this variety is one of the easiest carrots to grow - even in shallow or heavy soil. The smallish, conical, stumpy roots have a deep red-orange colour and great flavour. Best picked young once displaying a good orange colour. Summer plantings can be stored in ground over winter. 700 seeds.
A large, bright orange carrot with lots of flavour. This very sweet and juicy variety will mature in 10-15 weeks. Carrots do best in fertile, well drained soil, but do not like fresh manures. In summer they require plenty of deep watering. Good companion plant with peas, lettuces and onions. 600 seeds
An old fashioned, golden yellow variety with a greenish core producing very large but tender and juicy roots. Carrots do best in fertile, well drained soil, but do not like fresh manures. In summer they require plenty of deep watering. Good companion plant with peas, lettuces and onions. 400 seeds
A 15-20 cm dark-purple carrot with an orange core. Crisp and crunchy with a sweet flavour that would even help clear the haze from Jimi H’s eyes. A long carrot, thick at the top, tapering to a point. Strong growing and holds well in the ground. Great raw or cooked (colour fades when cooked). 300 seeds.
A great all-rounder with flavour. A Nantes type carrot, 25 mm thick and up to 200mm long at full development. A versatile carrot that can be grown in any season. However, a particularly good overwintering variety as it slow to put up a seed stalk in spring and the tops are cold hardy. Bred and stabilised from a hybrid by Steve Solomon, may become a Tassie heirloom in 30 years : )
About 1,000 seeds. Not to WA.
This carrot is sweet and early, a favourite with all who try it. You can harvest early for sweet baby carrots or full size for sweet roots that can be used fresh or cooked. The roots are a deep orange, 15 cm long and are cylindrical with a blunt end. Our prefered carrot. 200 seeds.
An old time favourite with gardeners as it is reliable, produces a good yield and has a sweet, crisp flavour. Use them fresh or cooked. The roots are bright orange, cylindrical with a tapered end. They average 15cm long. About 1,000 seeds.
A yellow carrot with sweet, crunchy roots. A fun, happy carrot to grow that is a bright yellow addition to your morning juice or adds colour to your dinner plate. Uniform roots to 15-18 cm. Harvest when young for the most tender and sweetest flavour. Older carrots can be eaten raw or cooked. 350 seeds.