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Plant: Carrot (Daucus carota subsp. sativus) | Variety: Danvers 126

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Container 24"L x 10"D x 10" H
Carrot, Danvers 126 Half Long Organic
Developed in 1886 by market gardeners in Danvers, Mass.
75 days. Market gardeners in Danvers, Massachusetts, developed this variety and shared it with Burpee in 1886. The root is a rich, dark orange and 6-8" long. A first-class carrot for all soils.
Product Details

Sun: Full Sun

Height: 4-8 inches

Spread: 4 inches

Days to Maturity: 75 days

Sowing Method: Direct Sow

Fruit Size: 6-8 inches

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Carrot (6894)
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Danvers 126 (166)

Sown from my Carrot (Burpee) Seeds.

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