The carrot (Daucus carota) is a root vegetable, usually orange in color, though also has different other colors at times as seen in markets.
The most commonly eaten part of a carrot is a taproot.
Started from the seeds, Him and Her read up several information sites and decided to have about 16 plants per square feet for carrot. Spacing the tiny specks of seeds wasn’t done to precision, which is quite plausible.
Later readings and www helped to realize that a mix of the seeds with some grains of sand does well to space out the seeds comfortably.
Ensure to thin out once the saplings are out and about. This is required to have a “carrot” shaped “carrot” harvest !
With the rocky terrain of the garden plot, inspite of a lot of cleaning the stones before start of gardening, there were carrots that grew around and about the stones/pebbles underground and this posed a challenge in cleaning the crop after harvest.