Carrots used to grow in a wide variety of colors, and this heirloom variety is one example. The Lunar White carrot tastes like the orange carrots we know and love, but they look more like parsnips than carrots at first glance. Add them to salads, roast them with other veggies, or serve them up with your favorite dip.
- full sun (six to eight hours) to partial shade
- 6.0 to 7.0
- 3 to 9
- thin to 4 inches apart
- space rows 18 inches
- 1 to 1.5 inches per week; don’t let soil dry out
- direct sow; carrots do not transplant well
- sow in late spring after danger of heavy frost is past
- sow fall crop mid-summer in milder regions
- these grow to about 6 inches long; make sure soil is loose and unobstructed
- 65 to 80 days to maturity
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