Carrots come from a farm
they come from the city bakersfield in California
Baby carrots are sold by weight. Also, bags of baby carrots come in various sizes.
brazil and china
roots .they come from the ground
It comes from rabbits!
Well yes most carrots you buy from shops and supermarkets come from great Britain.
the ground, sort of like carrots
Well, there you have it in the question. If you pick a batch of carrots, it is called a bunch. Honest! And you can eat every bit of the carrot - root and tops. With modern cultivars, carrots come in a wealth of different shapes, lengths and colors.
Derby County currently come out to Steve Bloomer's Watching.
Carrots originally came from France.
Carrots have edible taproots.
England and the usa :) Carrots were originally found in Afghanistan, but they have history in Egypt and all over Europe.http://www.carrotmuseum.co.UK/history.HTML
Carrots are thought to originate in Iran and Afghanistan. There has of course been much selective breeding since then.
Jefferson County, Alabama
This is a hard question to answer because carrots come in so many different shapes, sizes and colors these days. I can tell you that one cup of chopped carrots is 128 grams or 4.5 ounces by weight.
Cucumbers do not come from the root of the plant. They grow on the vine. Beets, carrots, and sweet potatoes are all roots.
Baby carrots come in many sizes. There seem to be about 4 per ounce in general.
Pikmin are something of a cross between plants and animals, whereas pikpik carrots are the same as normal carrots (except they come in red, blue, yellow, and gold).
The edible portion of the carrot is the root.
This is a hard one to answer, because there are so many varieties of carrots. They come in different lengths and shapes, so some may have 5 carrots in a pound and others may have 12 carrots in a pound. You can go to your local market and see the differences.
No is a simple answer. Also this question is not very appropriate.
Bakersfield and the surrounding county are producers of grapes, citrus, almonds, carrots, alfalfa, cotton, and roses.