Where Do Carrot Seeds Come from?

Answer

Carrots are not fruits; therefore, they do not have or contain seeds inside them. Carrots are biennial which means they take two years to reach maturity. They are one of the best sources of vitamins A and C.
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Carrot seeds come from the carrot itself, but since they only produce seeds every two years, and we pull them as soon as they are grown, we never see the seeds!
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