Performs well in a wide range of soils and weather conditions, producing quality heads with a delicious peppery taste. Can also be sown in October. Sow March-May. (20-26 weeks maturing from sowing).
A heritage variety with superb reliability. Dark green, compact heads with well-flavoured, pointed, tender hearts, for use in April and early May. Can also be sown in spring for summer and autumn cutting.
The earliest variety for protected or outdoor sowings in containers or garden. Medium length, high quality, blunt-ended roots. Sow fortnightly, crop from spring to autumn. Row 15m (50'). Recommended for deep freezing. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner.
Heavy yields of very tasty, long, tapering, stump-ended roots. Stores well. For best results, do not sow later than mid-May. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner.
Excellent for successional sowing, or in frames or under cloches for early roots. Row 15m (50'). Standard variety. 84 days from sowing to harvest to help with your selection (this is based on Toby's trials and may vary).
A super fast-maturing type, ideal for gardening beginners. The rich orange roots are uniform in colour and have a delicious flavour. Row 9m (30').
A reliable and excellent quality Nantes type with excellent pest and disease resistance (including Carrot Root Fly). RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. This carrot has been trialled, tested and recommended by the National Institute of Agricultural Botany....