Here is the Jaune Obtuse Du Doubs Carrot, Daucus carota subsp. sativus. They originated from France around 1894 and was named after the Doubs River. It was also used as a feed stock but is now a chef's choice! These long and stout carrots have a wonderful mild and sweet flavor an can have roots that grow from 7 to 12 inches long and are often bright yellow in color but can also be a flat dull yellow color in cooler weather. Use them just like any other carrot but we like to juice them as well as skin them with a potato peeler and add them to salads. These carrots grow well in soft loamy soil. Open pollinated 63 to 78 days.
Here is the Jaune Obtuse Du Doubs Carrot, Daucus carota subsp. sativus. They originated from France around 1894 and was named after the Doubs River. It was also used as a feed stock but is now a chef's choice! These long and stout carrots have a wonderful mild and sweet flavor an can have roots that grow from 7 to 12 inches long and are often bright yellow in color but can also be a flat dull yellow color in cooler weather. Use them just like any other carrot but we like to juice them as well as skin them with a potato peeler and add them to salads. These carrots grow well in soft loamy soil. Open pollinated 63 to 78 days.
Here is the Jaune Obtuse Du Doubs Carrot, Daucus carota subsp. sativus. They originated from France around 1894 and was named after the Doubs River. It was also used as a feed stock but is now a chef's choice! These long and stout carrots have a wonderful mild and sweet flavor an can have roots that grow from 7 to 12 inches long and are often bright yellow in color but can also be a flat dull yellow color in cooler weather. Use them just like any other carrot but we like to juice them as well as skin them with a potato peeler and add them to salads. These carrots grow well in soft loamy soil. Open pollinated 63 to 78 days.

Jaune Obtuse Du Doubs Carrot

Daucus carota subsp. sativus

Here is the Jaune Obtuse Du Doubs Carrot, Daucus carota subsp. sativus. They originated from France around 1894 and was named after the Doubs River. It was also used as a feed stock but is now a chef's choice! These long and stout carrots have a wonderful mild and sweet flavor an can have roots that grow from 7 to 12 inches long and are often bright yellow in color but can also be a flat dull yellow color in cooler weather. Use them just like any other carrot but we like to juice them as well as skin them with a potato peeler and add them to salads. These carrots grow well in soft loamy soil. Open pollinated 63 to 78 days.

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