Little Fingers Carrot Plants produce extra sweet, baby carrots that make nutritious snacks for any occasion. They are perfect for fresh eating raw or cooking and make tasty additions to any salad. Carrots can be harvested at any state but are fully mature when the tops start dying back or carrots reach 4-6 inches in length. They are known to hold well after harvest and can be grown in container or directly into the garden.
We grow our Little Fingers Carrot plants organically and guarantee them to arrive alive and thriving.
Anthony DA on 8/2/2020 3:09:13 PM
Comment: Great experience. Plants arrived intact. Can't wait for my next purchase.
Sophia K on 5/27/2020 2:46:21 AM
Comment: This is awesome!
Kristine W on 5/8/2020 8:26:26 AM
Comment: Every thing that I ordered turned up on time, and in great condition! Extremely healthy plants!
"Little finger carrots"
Jeff H on 5/8/2020 2:52:55 AM
Comment: Healthy plants
Brian M on 5/4/2020 8:50:17 AM
Comment: First time ordering from GrowJoy and I am impressed! Carrot plants were shipped on time and packaged perfectly for transplant to my raised bed! Can’t wait for harvest time!!
"Love the taste"
Judy J on 5/3/2020 7:03:44 PM
Comment: These are so delicious
"First time Carrot grower."
David Post on 10/8/2019 5:45:04 PM
Comment: Within in 7 days of receiving my carrots I put them in the containers and have already seen new growth. This may not sound amazing to experienced growers but I am a guy who can not successfully grow moldy bread. Go ahead laugh but its true. Anyway Grow Joy has something great going on here and its because of the quality of the product they grow and sell as well as the quality of the product they ship there product in. When I opened my carrot plants they looked like they came out of a picture. Th... More details
Erin Wiebe on 9/25/2019 10:26:32 AM
Comment: Plant arrived very quickly and in great shape.
Joanne Hendricks on 8/1/2019 10:09:58 AM
Comment: These carrots arrived in fantastic condition & are thriving in my garden😁
Judy J on 5/4/2019 8:22:31 AM
Comment: This is my first year at elevated vegetable gardening. I look forward to trying these out in a summer salad.
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