Botanical Interest - Shin Kuroda Carrot Seeds
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Late planting your garden? 'Shin Kuroda' is quite heat resistant, so don't hesitate to sow in late spring, and even into the summer (when you might be doubtful about sowing carrots). Shin means "new" in Japanese, which alludes to its improved, tapered, 5"-long roots with wide shoulders, that grow through heavy soils with ease. Simply unsurpassed for flavor—one of the sweetest carrots you will eat!
Days to Maturity: 75 days
Plant Dimensions: Roots are 5" long at their peak.
Variety Information: Smooth, tapered, deep orange/red roots with blunt ends. High moisture content contributes to its superior flavor. 'Shin Kuroda' is a Chantenay type carrot.
Attributes: Good for Heavy Soil, Heat Tolerant