The Danvers carrot was developed in the late 1800s in the Danvers, Massachusetts. A leading variety for home and market gardeners alike, this variety stores well and produces high yields even in clay and heavy soils. Its bright-orange flesh is nearly coreless, sweet, and tender. The uniform roots grow up to 8" long.
Plant carrot seeds in sun or partial shade in the spring through summer.
In very warm climates, carrots are grown primarily in fall, winter, and spring.
Danvers Carrot Seeds
Days to Maturity
Direct sow 3-4 weeks before last frost date
*filled by weight