Danver’s Carrot – Loaded With Powerful Antioxidant Beta-Carotene and Vitamins
This here is the gold standard carrot!
The Danvers Carrot is truly a first-class crop that thrives in a variety of soils making it one of the easiest vegetables to grow. These incredible carrots were originally developed in the 1870s by market gardeners in Danvers, Massachusetts because of their adaptable and dependable nature. Danvers Carrots produce a nearly coreless, vivid red-orange root that’s sensationally sweet.
The deeper red-orange color the root, the more loaded it is with the powerful antioxidant beta-carotene. Danvers Carrots also nourish with vitamin B6, vitamin C, and potassium.
Danvers Carrots grow best in cooler weather with full sun. Plant your carrots in the fall, winter or early spring to get the biggest bang from your crop. The blunt, thick, tapered root is ready for harvest when it’s between six and seven inches long and less than one inch in diameter. Mature plants give themselves away with their darker green top foliage.