Growing carrots in the garden doesn’t have to be hard. This gardening guide is everything you’ll need to know for how to grow carrots in your own garden. You can start them from seed, grown them in raised beds or in containers. You just need the right soil for the plants. There're even suggestions on how to preserve your carrot harvest for later use. I didn’t realize why carrots can split but now I know.
21 Quick-growing spring vegetables to jump-start your garden. There's all sorts of choices like carrots, beets, radishes, and broccoli raab, plus a wide range of leafy greens that grow from seed to plate in 60 days. Come see how to get started. #sponsored
It's fun to grow carrots from seed, but carrots should never be transplanted. Start carrot seeds directly in the garden rather than indoors.