Bangor is a berlicum type carrot which is very popular in Europe. Large 7 to 9 inch roots have good flavor and are perfect for juicing or storing. Intermediate resistance to Alternaria, Cercospora Leaf Blight, and Black Storage Rot. Also, a winner of the Royal Horticultural Society award for garden excellence. Main season maturity 75 -90 days.
This yellow carrot has a vigorous root and strong top. It works as a cooking carrot, or fresh carrot that looks beautiful in a salad or just on a fresh vegetable platter. The flavor is that of a sweet classic carrot. Harvest 7 to 8 inches in length for best quality. 75 days.
Coventry is an orange, 3 to 4 inch chantenay carrot which is a popular item in farmers markets and select upscale markets when harvested at full maturity. It is often compared to the Caracas carrot which you can plant in containers, baskets or planter boxes. Also, you can harvest “true” baby carrots – just pick earlier. Coventry has excellent flavor and a sweet crunchy texture. 70 days direct seeded.