Wednesday, April 19, 2017

The Old Farmer's Almanac - Growing Carrots from Sowing to Harvest

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Crunchy, sweet and full of character – nothing compares to garden-grown carrots. Grow them directly in the ground, in raised beds or in pots, and discover the tempting range of varieties available.

Growing Carrots from Sowing to Harvest

Getting carrots just right can be challenging, but when you know how it’s easy!
In this short video we share our top tips on how to sow, tend and harvest these winning roots so you can look forward to a truly bumper harvest.
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