Carrot 'Camberley' / Maincrop Berlicum Carrot / Seeds

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Carrot 'Camberley' / Maincrop Berlicum Carrot / Seeds

A high quality ‘Berlicum’ type carrot, typically grown as a reliable main crop.  The carrots have long cylindrical roots, typically 17-23cm in length, with good colour. These are very versatile carrots, good for eating fresh, for processing/cooking and for winter storage.  

Carrots like a sunny spot and light drained, well cultivated soil.  Avoid stony and recently manured positions.  Each plant grows to about 15-20cm in height.


Pack of approx 800 seeds.  Sow directly in the ground in spring and summer.  Sowing instructions and a colour photo are printed on the seed packet.

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Hardiness Hardy biennial, harvested in the first year
Height 15 - 20cm
Spread 10 - 20cm
Conditions  Grow in a sunny position in light cultivated and well-drained soil.

Cultivate the soil, remove stones and do not add manure before sowing.  Sow the seeds directly into the soil from March to July, every two weeks for a continuous supply. Sow 10-15mm deep in rows 30cm apart.  Seeds germinate in 2-3 weeks.  Thin seedlings to 5cm apart.  

Grow & Harvest

Pull the carrots 12-20 weeks from sowing, from August to November.  Carrots can be pulled early for use as baby carrots. Carrots pulled in summer should be eaten or refrigerated.  Carrots pulled in autumn can be stored in sand/shredded paper in a cool place.