A splendid maincrop carrot, producing long, pointed roots. Its fine colouring and excellent flavour make this one of the most appetising of carrots. Ideal for keeping. Grows well in an open position on light, rich soil that has not been recently manured.
How To Grow:
Sow thinly, 6mm deep in rows 30cm apart. Keep moist. Repeat every two weeks for continuous crops. Thin out to 10cm apart and water well to replace any soil dislodged from roots.
Ensure garden bed is cleared of all obstacles including stones and pebbles.
When To Plant: Winter through to Autumn.
Harvest: Throughout the year as required.
Sow: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter
Soil Type: well cultivated, well drained, sunny position
Important Note: Soil should be lacking in nutrient; too much nutrients particularly nitrogen will result in forked carrots.