A Danver's type carrot with a distinctive contrast between the deep purple of its skin and its bright orange flesh. The roots, which grow to about 7 inches, have a sweet taste with a slight hint of spice and are perfect for serving raw, sauteing or steaming.
Can be sown under cloches from March onwards and outside from April to July for later cropping. Sow in narrow drills 2cm deep and 12cm apart. Sow the seed thinly to avoid too much thinning out later. Cover the seeds with fine soil very gently tamping it down later. Water with a fine spray if the conditions are dry. The seedlings should start to appear 15 to 20 days later.
Packet Content:400 (Approx)