Vegetables Carrots Colored Carrots
A close-up of a bunch of colored carrots.
Colored Carrots
The earliest carrots under cultivation — thousands of years ago — came in many colors: purple, white, red, yellow, and even black. The classical orange carrot of today made its appearance sometime in the 16th century, as the result of traditional cross-breeding between red and yellow cultivars. It seems only natural that multicolored carrots have recently made a comeback — and now is a good time to broaden your carrot color palette with varieties carefully trialed by Johnny's for reliable performance as well as outstanding flavor and beauty.
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Pure white roots.
Pure white roots.
68 Days
Deep color, strong tops.
Deep color, strong tops.
73 Days
Pure white roots.
Pure white roots.
68 Days
Deep color, strong tops.
Deep color, strong tops.
73 Days
Uniform roots with refined tops.
Uniform roots with refined tops.
78 Days
Pure white roots.
Pure white roots.
68 Days
Deep color, strong tops.
Deep color, strong tops.
73 Days
Uniform roots with refined tops.
Uniform roots with refined tops.
78 Days
Red roots with improved shape.
Red roots with improved shape.
70 Days
Red roots with improved shape.
Red roots with improved shape.
70 Days
AAS (All-America Selections) Winners
Purple Haze Main Crop Carrots
Flavorful and refined.
Flavorful and refined.
73 Days
AAS (All-America Selections) Winners
Purple Haze Main Crop Carrots
Flavorful and refined.
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Flavorful and refined.
73 Days
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