as someone who’s failed to grow these in the dense, clay soil of Georgia, it’s always a minor miracle when I can succeed at getting decent carrots to thrive in my gardens. When I lived in the midwest near a river, I could grow them and now success again on my Chester County 1/2 Acre, that once backed up to a horse farm. These were just harvested today, after a couple of freezes and one snow. They were planted in late summer.
Buddy thinks there is turkey waiting for him.