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Purple Carrot
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Daucus Carota, 'Purple Haze'


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Purple Carrot - Plant
Purple Carrot - Plant - July 29, 2009



Purple Carrot - Plant
Purple Carrot - Plant - June 30, 2009

Comment: Purple Carrot, Daucus Carota, 'Purple Haze'

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lorincook
lorincook
June 30, 2009
This is the flower of Daucus Carota, of the Apiaceae family...
more ommonly known as the "Purple Haze" carrot. Carrots are bienial plants, which grow leaves and fruit in their first year of life, and grow flowers like the one above intheir second year of life. After the flower goes to seed, the plant will finally die, ending it's two year life-cycle.

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