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Post  greenfingers on 9/15/2010, 6:44 pm

This was a typical harvest from my SFG project towards becoming a certified teacher of SFG, following Mel's principles.Pictures will appear on my Personal Album once resized.Typical SFG Carrot Harvest Carrot13
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Post  Chopper on 9/15/2010, 8:11 pm

What kind of carrots are those? Nantes? Danvers? ...?
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Post  greenfingers on 9/15/2010, 9:19 pm

@Chopper wrote:What kind of carrots are those? Nantes? Danvers? ...?
They would be Chatenay.
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Post  happyfrog on 12/9/2010, 2:30 pm

what an absolutely lovely carrot! i love chatenay. i must admit tha tmy ultimate favorite is the petite sweet version of nantes (or however you spell it) but all carrots are yummy to me.

we discovered this summer growing the kaleidescope carrots that there is a difference in flavor though in the petite vs 'regular' length carrots. though. the kaleidescope didn't taste nearly as sweet as the little ones did of the other variety. but they were so pretty it made up for it.

my kids had such fun picking those - because one never knew what color the carrot would be. Smile

the carrot greens are also very yummy to eat. my youngest daughter just loves carrot greens! she's worse than the rabbits!

now that it's summer - what have you got growing? would love to see your garden now. .
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