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Question:
How do carrot seeds form?When formed, do they fall to the ground?


Replies:
From carrot flowers, of course. Yes, the seeds do fall to the ground.

Anthony Brach Ph.D.


Dear Linda,

Carrot plants are biennials. They live through two growing seasons. In the first season they produce leaves and the swollen root. They overwinter and in the next season, they flower and produce seed.

Jim Tokuhisa, Ph.D.



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