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Dating back to the mid 1800's.
A deep orange-red carrot good for storage, can be overwintered under mulch.Has a sweet, crunchy,tasty...Great as a fresh snack,canning, freezing.Will tolerate poor soil. 65 days to harvest
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Gardening and digging in the dirt is one of the most rewarding activities, terrific as a stress reducer, and an activity that produces wonderful results for one's labours.
How fun to go out into your own back yard, or onto your own patio, and see something that you have planted with your own hands...growing and flourishing...and then to harvest and serve it at your own table! How very rewarding!
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The nice thing about growing an heirloom variety of seed is that you can save some of these seeds, and they will grow "true to type" for future use.
Not only that..you will be growing seed that is not genetically modified.
Start now to bring back the "good old days" in your own garden.
Help to preserve our gardening past by planting\/saving heirloom varieties.

Heirloom Chantenay Carrot Seeds

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