A Danvers Carrot is a type of carrot that you can grow in the winter. Danvers Carrot looks orange and bumpy. You can cook it in carrot soup, and you can use it to garnish. In order to plant Danvers Carrots you need plant place 1 or 2 inches apart. It takes about 65 days to fully grow. To harvest it you must hold the top and pull it out of the ground slowly. That's how you harvest. Row spacing should be 18-24". The seeding depth should be around 1/4-1/2". The best type of weather for the Danvers Carrot is around 55-75 degrees. Frost tolerant is a yes, drought tolerant is a no. Some problems that have happened to other gardeners: carrots in general do not grow well in heavy soil and misshapen roots may happen, heavy soil has rocks that interfere with the roots and may cause bad things to happen and greenish shoulders, when exposed to sunlight, the tops of the carrots will turn green. To prevent this from happening, you need to make a hill around the tops of the carrot.
I hope you enjoy learning how the garden changes throughout the school year.