Main Crop Potatoes

You’ll get a lovely big harvest from main crop potatoes. Plant the seed potatoes in spring and about 16-18 weeks later they’ll be ready to harvest. Good for mashing, baking and roasting.

  • carolus

    Carolus (Organic/Maincrop Variety)

    £3.99
    (10 Tubers)

    A great all rounder
    This is an attractive variety with light yellow flesh colour. The tubers are uniformly oval in shape and have a slightly floury texture once cooked. The variety has exceptional resistance to both foliage and tuber blight.

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Carolus (organic)

    Can be grown in: Potatoes need a bit of depth. You can grow them straight in the ground in a raised bed, or in a deep planter. Find out more about growing potatoes in our growing guide below.

    In the kitchen: This variety of potato is suitable for boiling, mashing and makes excellent roast potatoes.

    Can be delivered from: February onwards


  • desiree-potatoes

    Desiree (Organic/Maincrop Variety)

    £3.99
    (10 Tubers)

    A very versatile variety
    This is an oval potato that has red skin, and light yellow waxy, strong flavoured flesh. This variety will produce high yields of large potatoes that are of an excellent overall quality.

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Desiree (organic)

    Can be grown in: Potatoes need a bit of depth. You can grow them straight in the ground in a raised bed, or in a deep planter. Find out more about growing potatoes in our growing guide below.

    In the kitchen: Although it is best used for baking, this is a very versatile potato that can also be used for mashing, roasting, sautéing or fried.

    Can be delivered from: February onwards


  • sarpo-mira

    Sarpo Mira (Organic/Maincrop Variety)

    £3.99
    (10 Tubers)

    A fantastic potato to grow!
    Sarpo Mira is a fantastic potato to grow as this variety has an unprecedented blight resistance, good slug resistance and vigorous foliage that is good at keeping weed growth suppressed. They grow well in a wide range of soils, producing high yields of tasty, dry, floury tubers that store very well

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Sarpo Mira (organic)

    Can be grown in: Potatoes need a bit of depth. You can grow them straight in the ground in a raised bed, or in a deep planter. Find out more about growing potatoes in our growing guide below.

    In the kitchen: A real all-rounder in the kitchen making great roasters, bakers and chips.

    Can be delivered from: February onwards.


  • King Edward

    King Edward (Heritage /Maincrop Variety)

    £4.99

  • Salad Blue

    Salad Blue (Heritage 1900’s/Early Maincrop Variety)

    £4.99
    (10 Tubers)

    A quirky, fun delight
    This delightful blue potato believed to be a novelty of Victorian amateur breeding is oval shaped with a strong deep blue skin.

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Salad Blue

    Can be grown in: Potatoes need a bit of depth. You can grow them straight in the ground in a raised bed, or in a deep planter. Find out more about growing potatoes in our growing guide below.

    In the kitchen: It is best simmered gently for an exceptionally flavoured fluffy mash. It can also be roasted, baked or used to make chips.

    Can be delivered from: February onwards.

     


  • Pink Fir Apple

    Pink Fir Apple (Heritage 1850’s/Maincrop Variety)

    £4.99
    (10 Tubers)

    These tubers are long, narrow and famously knobbly.
    This interesting shaped potato was originally imported into Britain over 160 years ago! It was kept solely by enthusiasts for decades because of its exceptional flavour.

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Pink Fir Apple

    Can be grown in: Potatoes need a bit of depth. You can grow them straight in the ground in a raised bed, or in a deep planter. Find out more about growing potatoes in our growing guide below.

    In the kitchen: These are best boiled and used in salads.

    Can be delivered from: February onwards.

     


  • Highland Burgundy Red

    Highland Burgandy Red (Heritage/Maincrop Variety)

    £4.99
    (10 Tubers)

    A delight in colour and taste
    Dating from 1936 this oval shaped potato was allegedly used to add the perfect colour for a meal for the Duke of Burgundy in the Savoy. This delicious red potato has a medium floury texture with a definite ring of white.

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Highland Burgandy Red

    Can be grown in: Potatoes need a bit of depth. You can grow them straight in the ground in a raised bed, or in a deep planter. Find out more about growing potatoes in our growing guide below.

    In the kitchen: Perfect for roasting, making chips, steaming or to create an interesting coloured mash.

    Can be delivered from: February onwards.

     


  • Arran Victory

    Arran Victory (Organic Heritage/Maincrop Variety)

    £4.99
    (10 Tubers)

    This potato is worth the wait
    Arran Victory was first grown in 1918 and requires a longer time to produce than more modern varieties. You are rewarded though with beautiful blue, almost purple potatoes. It’s one of only two blue varieties still available for general growing and is still regarded in Scotland as the late season premium potato.

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Arran Victory (organic)

    Can be grown in: Potatoes need a bit of depth. You can grow them straight in the ground in a raised bed, or in a deep planter. Find out more about growing potatoes in our growing guide below.

    In the kitchen: It has excellent flavour and is perfect for producing supreme mash or roast potatoes.

    Can be delivered from: February onwards.