Carrot & Parsnip Seeds
Round, long, rainbow-coloured, purple or just plain orange - we've got carrots to suit every taste! Try growing carrot-fly resistant varieties for the best chance of a healthy crop. Parsnips are the perfect addition to a Sunday roast and will be even sweeter if you leave them in the ground until after a sharp frost.
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Carrot 'Eskimo' F1 Hybrid
As the name suggests, Carrot ‘Eskimo’ is one of the most cold tolerant varieties available, coping with winter weather down to -10C when grown on lighter soils. The rich orange, cylindrical roots can be lifted late in the season or even over wintered in free draining conditions. This top quality, RHS AGM variety resists splitting and retains its flavour throughout the autumn and winter - especially if left in the ground. Height: 30cm (12"). Spread: 15cm (6").
- NEW in 2013
- RHS Award of Garden Merit
- The most cold-tolerant variety - down to -10°C
Carrot 'Autumn King 2'
An RHS AGM variety producing splendid, long roots up to 30cm (12”) long, with a deep rich red colour inside. Carrot ‘Autumn King 2’ can be harvested from late summer or left in the ground throughout winter without fear of splitting. These magnificent roots do particularly well in heavyweight classes at local shows. Height: 30cm (12”). Spread: 15cm (6”).
How to grow carrots