Little Fingers

Quick Facts:

    • Crisp texture and tender core
    • 10cm (3.5") long
    • Perfect for eating fresh
    • Open-pollinated seeds
    • Matures in 60 days

Little Fingers

Description:

The ultimate in baby carrots, Little Fingers is a fast-maturing Nantes type with smooth, golden orange skins, crisp texture, and a tender core. Short at 10cm (4"), Little Fingers carrot seeds are well suited to container growing and may succeed in heavier soils. For best results, plant these gourmet carrots in well-cultivated soil from March to July for continuous harvests right into early winter. The sweet flavoured, uniform roots are perfect for pickling, or eating fresh out of the garden.

Bred in France to develop their characteristic orange colour earlier than other varieties, these carrots can be harvested early at 8-9cm (3-3.5"). Don't let them stay in the ground beyond around 68 days or they begin to lose their gourmet qualities.

Matures in 60 days. (Open-pollinated seeds)

Size: SKU: Price: Availability: Quantity: Total:
1g (approx. 894 seeds) CR275A $3.19 Unavailable Notify me when in stock
5g (approx. 4470 seeds) CR275B $4.99 Unavailable Notify me when in stock
25g (approx. 22350 seeds) CR275C $12.49 Unavailable Notify me when in stock
100g (approx. 89400 seeds) CR275D $34.99 Unavailable Notify me when in stock
500g (approx. 447000 seeds) CR275E $109.99 Unavailable Notify me when in stock
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Quick Facts:

    • Crisp texture and tender core
    • 10cm (3.5") long
    • Perfect for eating fresh
    • Open-pollinated seeds
    • Matures in 60 days

How To Grow

Whatever type of carrot seeds you plant it’s easy to learn how to grow carrots from seed. Carrots are biennials so they use their leaves in the first year to gather energy from the sun to build a big, starchy root. This is where they store their energy over the winter. The following spring they use that stored energy to send up a tall umbel of white flowers, looking strikingly similar to Queen Anne’s Lace to which they are closely related. When the weather gets cold in the first year of growth, carrots convert a lot of their starches to sugars, so the roots become sweeter in winter.