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Carrot Seeds

Although incredibly versatile in the kitchen, Carrots are one of the few veggies that can be eaten straight away after being pulled from the ground. It has an ancient history, originating from Egypt but bred by into many varieties by the Dutch.

Although incredibly versatile in the kitchen, Carrots are one of the few veggies that can be eaten straight away after being pulled from the ground. It has an ancient history, originating from Egypt but bred by into many varieties by the Dutch.

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Carrot Seeds - Early Nantes 5

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Carrot Seeds - Rainbow Mix

Average Packet Content 190 seeds

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Carrot Seeds - F1 Resistafly

Average Packet Content 180 seeds

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Carrot Seeds - Amsterdam Forcing 3

Average Packet Contents 1500 seeds

£2.49
Carrot (Organic) Seeds - Resistafly F1

Average Packet Content 475 seeds

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Carrot Seeds - Chantenay Red Cored 2

Average Packet Content 1800 seeds

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Carrot Seeds - F1 Maestro

Average Packet Content 600 seeds

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Carrot Seeds - St. Valery

Average Packet Content 1100 seeds

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Carrot Seeds - F1 Bangor

Average Packet Content 200 seeds

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Carrot (Organic) Seeds - Autumn King 2

Average Packet Content 400 seeds

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Carrot Seeds - Rondo

Average Packet Content 950 seeds

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Carrot Seeds - Samurai

Average Packet Content 180 seeds

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Carrot Seeds - F1 Purple Haze

Average Packet Content 180 seeds

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Carrot Seeds - F1 Purple Sun

Average Packet Content 180 seeds

£2.49
Carrot Seeds - F1 Fire Wedge

Average Packet Content 200 seeds

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Carrot Seeds - F1 Gold Nugget

Average Packet Content 200 seeds

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Carrot Seeds - F1 Eskimo

Average Packet Content 660 seeds

£3.99
Carrot Seeds - Ideal

Average Packet Content 1800 seeds

£1.55
Carrot Seeds - F1 Octavo

Average Packet Content 200 seeds

£3.49
Carrot Seeds - F1 Creampak

Average Packet Content 180 seeds

£2.49
Carrot (Organic) Seeds - Rainbow Mix

Average Packet Content 475 seeds

£1.99
Carrot Seeds - F1 Night Bird

Average Packet Content 200 seeds

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Growing Carrot seeds

Suttons offer a myriad of Carrot varieties for all types of settings. No garden? no problem as container varieties such as ‘Nantes’ a fast-growing variety. Many types of Carrots will also grow in raised beds, try the tasty carrot ‘Rainbow Mix’ or for something a little bit different go for the original colour of the humble Carrot ‘Purple Sun’ a purple carrot seed.

Can I plant carrot seeds in a pot?

Carrots are easy to grow and Suttons offer several carrot varieties which will happily grow in pots or containers with the early ‘Nantes’ being one the easiest to grow.

How to grow Carrot plants from seed?

  • Before sowing Carrot’s, it is important to make sure you have nice light soil. Heavy clay or stony ground will be disliked by Carrots. If growing in containers mix plenty of Organic matter and horticultural sand into the soil prior to sowing
  • Fork your ground until nice and crumbly, firm it and rake level. Sow in a drill marked with a garden line. Sow carrots quite thick and carefully thin out excess seedlings and remove
  • March to July is the best time to sow carrot seeds
  • Protect carrots from Carrot fly, a small pest that will damage your carrots. They are attracted by damaged foliage, so it’s important to remove any discarded seedlings or damaged leaves. Carrot flies ironically do not like heights, so planting in raised beds will also solve this problem
  • Keep the soil moist around the Carrots and Hoe between your rows to remove weeds
  • Multiple sowings from March until late summer will give a steady supply throughout the summer and intercropping with other crops good use of space 

Carrot growing tips!

To get Carrots away early, warm the soil up and sow underneath fleece in March. As they grow you can mulch them with a thin layer of grass clippings or other organic matter, this will help retain moisture. The occasional application of liquid fertiliser is beneficial.

Top Carrot Growing Tip

A little tip is to leave one of your Carrots to flower, carrot flowers are quite beautiful and the bees and butterflies will love it.

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