Seed Potatoes

Seed Potatoes are available to order for delivery in early spring 2024. Please see FAQs for up-to-date delivery info.

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  • Arran Pilot Seed Potatoes (First Early)

    £4.99
    (10 Tubers)

    Quick growers with great flavour

    This is one of those varieties that you want to cook as soon as you dig them up so that you can enjoy their incredible flavour. They grow quickly and are usually ready for harvest in mid June if you’ve planted in March. You should get an impressive crop of quite pale, yellow skinned tubers that are surprisingly versatile – boil, roast, mash – whatever you fancy!

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Arran Pilot (First Early)

    In the Kitchen: It is an excellent all-rounder to use – boil, mash, roast, chips

    Delivery: We start shipping seed potatoes in February

    Delivery Info: Available to order now for delivery in Feb through to April/May. Please see FAQs for up-to-date delivery info.

    Planting/Growing Advice: Potatoes need a bit of depth, you can grow them in the ground, raised bed or in a deep planter. These should be planted in spring. If you receive them in Feb/Mar, it is best to chit them before planting out in late March/April. If received in April/May you can plant straight away without chitting.

    For earlies we recommend planting 30cm apart with 40-50cm between rows and for second earlies and main crops we recommend around 40cm apart with 75cm between rows.

    When to harvest: Earlies are usually ready when the flowers open and Maincrops are ready when the leaves have died. Look for these telltale signs to know when your spuds are ready, and then doublecheck by carefully scraping away the earth with your hand or a trowel to see that they’re a good size for harvesting.

    *Transplants suitable for organic growing.

  • Caledonian Pearl Seed Potatoes (First Early)

    £4.99
    (10 Tubers)

    For an early harvest

    Caledonian Pearl is a first early potato producing a wonderful crop of salad potatoes. It has good tuber shape and size, shallow eyes, with high tuber numbers and smooth skin. The skins harden off quickly allowing for an early harvest.

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Caledonian Pearl (First Early)

    In the Kitchen: Use as a new potato – boiled with plenty of butter and seasoned well!

    Delivery: We start shipping seed potatoes in February

    Delivery Info: Available to order now for delivery in Feb through to April/May. Please see FAQs for up-to-date delivery info.

    Planting/Growing Advice: Potatoes need a bit of depth, you can grow them in the ground, raised bed or in a deep planter. These should be planted in spring. If you receive them in Feb/Mar, it is best to chit them before planting out in late March/April. If received in April/May you can plant straight away without chitting.

    For earlies we recommend planting 30cm apart with 40-50cm between rows and for second earlies and main crops we recommend around 40cm apart with 75cm between rows.

    When to harvest: Earlies are usually ready when the flowers open and Maincrops are ready when the leaves have died. Look for these telltale signs to know when your spuds are ready, and then doublecheck by carefully scraping away the earth with your hand or a trowel to see that they’re a good size for harvesting.

    *Transplants suitable for organic growing.

  • Caledonian Rose Seed Potatoes (Maincrop)

    £4.99
    (10 Tubers)

    An excellent cropper with high yields

    A very versatile, easy to grow variety, with wonderful flavour and texture – good for mashing, roasting and chipping. Attractive, bright red skin and pale, yellow flesh. Expect high yields of large potatoes that should store well when harvested in September.

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Caledonian Rose

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

    Delivery: We start shipping seed potatoes in February

     

  • Cara Seed Potatoes (Maincrop)

    £4.99
    (10 Tubers)

    Good blight resistance
    Cara produces a good sized potato, with pink patches around the ‘eyes’ on the skin. It’s best quality is its blight-resistance – if you have grown maincrop potatoes before and been disappointed to lose your crop to blight, then this is a good choice for you. Usually ready to harvest in September.

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Cara

    In the kitchen: We like this variety for roasting and chipping

    Delivery: We start shipping seed potatoes in February

     

    Delivery Info: Available to order now for delivery in Feb through to April/May. Please see FAQs for up-to-date delivery info.

    Planting/Growing Advice: Potatoes need a bit of depth, you can grow them in the ground, raised bed or in a deep planter. These should be planted in spring. If you receive them in Feb/Mar, it is best to chit them before planting out in late March/April. If received in April/May you can plant straight away without chitting.

    For earlies we recommend planting 30cm apart with 40-50cm between rows and for second earlies and main crops we recommend around 40cm apart with 75cm between rows.

    When to harvest: Earlies are usually ready when the flowers open and Maincrops are ready when the leaves have died. Look for these telltale signs to know when your spuds are ready, and then doublecheck by carefully scraping away the earth with your hand or a trowel to see that they’re a good size for harvesting.

    *Transplants suitable for organic growing.

  • Casablanca Seed Potatoes (First Early)

    £4.99
    (10 Tubers)

    Good for chips!

    This is a relatively new variety that makes very good chips or potato wedges. It’s a first early variety so can be planted in March harvested in June/July. We’ll be dispatching in late January/February so that you can chit your potatoes ahead of planting.

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Casablanca (First Early)

    In the Kitchen: It is excellent for baking & roasting, and for chips.

    Delivery: We start shipping seed potatoes in February

    Delivery Info: Available to order now for delivery in Feb through to April/May. Please see FAQs for up-to-date delivery info.

    Planting/Growing Advice: Potatoes need a bit of depth, you can grow them in the ground, raised bed or in a deep planter. These should be planted in spring. If you receive them in Feb/Mar, it is best to chit them before planting out in late March/April. If received in April/May you can plant straight away without chitting.

    For earlies we recommend planting 30cm apart with 40-50cm between rows and for second earlies and main crops we recommend around 40cm apart with 75cm between rows.

    When to harvest: Earlies are usually ready when the flowers open and Maincrops are ready when the leaves have died. Look for these telltale signs to know when your spuds are ready, and then doublecheck by carefully scraping away the earth with your hand or a trowel to see that they’re a good size for harvesting.

    *Transplants suitable for organic growing.

  • Colleen Seed Potatoes (Organic/First Early)

    £4.99
    (10 Tubers)

    Good resistance to diseases
    Colleen is a great all-round Irish potato with yellow flesh and skin and has a good disease resistance. If early blight is a problem in your part of the UK, this is a good variety to choose. It is a first early, so you can expect to harvest it in June/July.

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Colleen (organic)

    In the kitchen: This variety of potato is excellent for boiling and frying.

    Delivery: We start shipping seed potatoes in February

     

  • Java Seed Potatoes (Maincrop)

    £4.99
    (10 Tubers)

    A fantastic potato with excellent blight resistance!
    Java is a fantastic potato to grow: it is very versatile in the kitchen, perfect for roasting, chipping or baking, and it has good blight resistance which is ideal for growing in the UK. As a maincrop variety, you can expect to harvest in August/September, and they store well.

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Java

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

    Delivery: We start shipping seed potatoes in February

     

  • Kerrs Pink Seed Potatoes (Maincrop)

    £4.99
    (10 Tubers)

    A great variety for storing
    If you’re keen to grow lots of potatoes and store some to keep you going until Christmas, then this variety is a good shout, although you may need to order two packs to see you through all the way until December! They have a pale pink tint to the skin and around the ‘eyes’ and dry flesh (hence they store well). They are usually ready to harvest in September.

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Kerr’s

    In the kitchen: It is excellent for roasting, mashing and for making chips.

    Delivery: We start shipping seed potatoes in February

     

    Delivery Info: Available to order now for delivery in Feb through to April/May. Please see FAQs for up-to-date delivery info.

    Planting/Growing Advice: Potatoes need a bit of depth, you can grow them in the ground, raised bed or in a deep planter. These should be planted in spring. If you receive them in Feb/Mar, it is best to chit them before planting out in late March/April. If received in April/May you can plant straight away without chitting.

    For earlies we recommend planting 30cm apart with 40-50cm between rows and for second earlies and main crops we recommend around 40cm apart with 75cm between rows.

    When to harvest: Earlies are usually ready when the flowers open and Maincrops are ready when the leaves have died. Look for these telltale signs to know when your spuds are ready, and then doublecheck by carefully scraping away the earth with your hand or a trowel to see that they’re a good size for harvesting.

    *Transplants suitable for organic growing.

  • King Edward Seed Potatoes (Maincrop)

    £4.99
    (10 Tubers)

    For the best roasties!
    This is a relatively late cropping variety, that is usually ready to harvest in September/October. It is one of the more popular varieties to grow, largely because of the flavour – it is just great for roast potatoes, and for mash. If your plot is prone to eelworm and blight, you may find the tubers fall victim, but otherwise it is a great variety for home growing.

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: King Edward

    In the kitchen: It is excellent for roasting, mashing and for making chips.

    Delivery: We start shipping seed potatoes in February

     

    Delivery Info: Available to order now for delivery in Feb through to April/May. Please see FAQs for up-to-date delivery info.

    Planting/Growing Advice: Potatoes need a bit of depth, you can grow them in the ground, raised bed or in a deep planter. These should be planted in spring. If you receive them in Feb/Mar, it is best to chit them before planting out in late March/April. If received in April/May you can plant straight away without chitting.

    For earlies we recommend planting 30cm apart with 40-50cm between rows and for second earlies and main crops we recommend around 40cm apart with 75cm between rows.

    When to harvest: Earlies are usually ready when the flowers open and Maincrops are ready when the leaves have died. Look for these telltale signs to know when your spuds are ready, and then doublecheck by carefully scraping away the earth with your hand or a trowel to see that they’re a good size for harvesting.

    *Transplants suitable for organic growing.

  • Maris Piper Seed Potatoes (Maincrop)

    £4.99
    (10 Tubers)

    Best for Eelworm Resistance & Good for Storing
    If you’ve struggled with eelworm when growing potatoes previously, then Maris Piper is a really good choice. It’s not completely resistant, but it’s fairly tough. That aside, it is a popular choice for its flavour, high yields and multipurpose qualities in the kitchen – it is equally happy being roasted, boiled, baked or mashed.

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Maris Piper

    In the kitchen: It is excellent for roasting, mashing, baking and for making chips.

    Delivery: We start shipping seed potatoes in February

     

    Delivery Info: Available to order now for delivery in Feb through to April/May. Please see FAQs for up-to-date delivery info.

    Planting/Growing Advice: Potatoes need a bit of depth, you can grow them in the ground, raised bed or in a deep planter. These should be planted in spring. If you receive them in Feb/Mar, it is best to chit them before planting out in late March/April. If received in April/May you can plant straight away without chitting.

    For earlies we recommend planting 30cm apart with 40-50cm between rows and for second earlies and main crops we recommend around 40cm apart with 75cm between rows.

    When to harvest: Earlies are usually ready when the flowers open and Maincrops are ready when the leaves have died. Look for these telltale signs to know when your spuds are ready, and then doublecheck by carefully scraping away the earth with your hand or a trowel to see that they’re a good size for harvesting.

    *Transplants suitable for organic growing.

  • Pentland Javelin Seed Potatoes (First Early)

    £4.99
    (10 Tubers)

    Good flavour, and seems less popular with slugs

    This variety is full of flavour. It is usually ready to harvest in late June after planting in March, and produces waxy tubers with yellow flesh. There’s no scientific basis for the argument that this variety tends to be less damaged by slugs, but if you do find your potatoes are normally slug-damaged, Pentland Javelin may be worth a try! They are good cut and boiled for salads, but you can use them for roasting and mashing as well.

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Pentland Javelin  (First Early)

    In the Kitchen: A good variety for boiling and treating as new potatoes

    Delivery: We start shipping seed potatoes in February

    Delivery Info: Available to order now for delivery in Feb through to April/May. Please see FAQs for up-to-date delivery info.

    Planting/Growing Advice: Potatoes need a bit of depth, you can grow them in the ground, raised bed or in a deep planter. These should be planted in spring. If you receive them in Feb/Mar, it is best to chit them before planting out in late March/April. If received in April/May you can plant straight away without chitting.

    For earlies we recommend planting 30cm apart with 40-50cm between rows and for second earlies and main crops we recommend around 40cm apart with 75cm between rows.

    When to harvest: Earlies are usually ready when the flowers open and Maincrops are ready when the leaves have died. Look for these telltale signs to know when your spuds are ready, and then doublecheck by carefully scraping away the earth with your hand or a trowel to see that they’re a good size for harvesting.

    *Transplants suitable for organic growing.

  • Picasso Seed Potatoes (Maincrop)

    £4.99
    (10 Tubers)

    Good blight resistance
    A lovely looking potato, with waxy texture, smooth white skins and pink ‘eyes’, Picasso has fairly high disease resistance which makes it a trouble-free grower. It tends to produce large crops and stores well too.

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Picasso

    In the kitchen: We like this variety for boiling – potato salads – and for gratins

    Delivery: We start shipping seed potatoes in February

     

    Delivery Info: Available to order now for delivery in Feb through to April/May. Please see FAQs for up-to-date delivery info.

    Planting/Growing Advice: Potatoes need a bit of depth, you can grow them in the ground, raised bed or in a deep planter. These should be planted in spring. If you receive them in Feb/Mar, it is best to chit them before planting out in late March/April. If received in April/May you can plant straight away without chitting.

    For earlies we recommend planting 30cm apart with 40-50cm between rows and for second earlies and main crops we recommend around 40cm apart with 75cm between rows.

    When to harvest: Earlies are usually ready when the flowers open and Maincrops are ready when the leaves have died. Look for these telltale signs to know when your spuds are ready, and then doublecheck by carefully scraping away the earth with your hand or a trowel to see that they’re a good size for harvesting.

    *Transplants suitable for organic growing.

  • Potatoes Throughout The Season Collection

    £17.99
    (40 Tubers)

    Make the most of the growing season
    If you’d like to dedicate a bit of space to growing potatoes, then this collection will give you a great mixture. You’ll receive a selection of seed potatoes – ten of each of four different types: First Earlies, Second Earlies, Salad and Maincrop

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 40

    Contains:
    10 x First Earlies,
    10 x Second Earlies,
    10 x Salad,
    10 x Maincrop

    We will select a specific variety for each type depending on availability at the point of dispatch – think of it as a lucky dip!

    Delivery: We start shipping seed potatoes in February

     

    Delivery Info: Available to order now for delivery in Feb through to April/May. Please see FAQs for up-to-date delivery info.

    Planting/Growing Advice: Potatoes need a bit of depth, you can grow them in the ground, raised bed or in a deep planter. These should be planted in spring. If you receive them in Feb/Mar, it is best to chit them before planting out in late March/April. If received in April/May you can plant straight away without chitting.

    For earlies we recommend planting 30cm apart with 40-50cm between rows and for second earlies and main crops we recommend around 40cm apart with 75cm between rows.

    When to harvest: Earlies are usually ready when the flowers open and Maincrops are ready when the leaves have died. Look for these telltale signs to know when your spuds are ready, and then doublecheck by carefully scraping away the earth with your hand or a trowel to see that they’re a good size for harvesting.

    *Transplants suitable for organic growing.

  • Red Duke of York Seed Potatoes (First Early)

    £4.99
    (10 Tubers)

    A great all rounder
    This heritage variety dates back to 1942. It produces red, thick skinned tubers with soft fluffy yellow flesh. They are a good option for gardens that tend to get hit by blight, as they are usually ready to harvest in June/July (like most first earlies) and provide an early crop of potatoes that are good for mashing and roasting alongside all the lovely salad potatoes.

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Red Duke of York

    In the kitchen: These can be roasted, mashed, baked or used for making chips.

    Delivery: We start shipping seed potatoes in February

  • Rocket Seed Potatoes (First Early)

    £4.99
    (10 Tubers)

    Quick growers that produce a heavy crop

    Named for its speed of growth, Rocket potatoes will produce a fairly heavy crop very early on in the season, often as early as the first week or so of June. The potatoes are waxy in texture, and pleasingly round and uniform in shape. They are a good new potato option, especially if you’re growing for the first time as you’ll find you get lots to dig up!

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Rocket (First Early)

    In the Kitchen: Use as a new potato – boiled with plenty of butter and seasoned well!

    Delivery: We start shipping seed potatoes in February

    Delivery Info: Available to order now for delivery in Feb through to April/May. Please see FAQs for up-to-date delivery info.

    Planting/Growing Advice: Potatoes need a bit of depth, you can grow them in the ground, raised bed or in a deep planter. These should be planted in spring. If you receive them in Feb/Mar, it is best to chit them before planting out in late March/April. If received in April/May you can plant straight away without chitting.

    For earlies we recommend planting 30cm apart with 40-50cm between rows and for second earlies and main crops we recommend around 40cm apart with 75cm between rows.

    When to harvest: Earlies are usually ready when the flowers open and Maincrops are ready when the leaves have died. Look for these telltale signs to know when your spuds are ready, and then doublecheck by carefully scraping away the earth with your hand or a trowel to see that they’re a good size for harvesting.

    *Transplants suitable for organic growing.

  • Setanta Seed Potatoes (Organic/Maincrop)

    £4.99
    (10 Tubers)

    A fantastic potato to grow!
    Setanta is a new Irish variety of potato with the ever-popular Rooster as one of its parent lines. It has a fairly high resistance to blight which makes it a particularly popular maincrop choice (maincrop potatoes tend to be in the ground at around the time blight normally hits, in late summer, whilst earlies have often been harvested already.) Yields are good with red skinned tubers with creamy yellow flesh.

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Setanta (organic)

    In the kitchen: It is excellent for roasting, baking and for making chips.

    Delivery: We start shipping seed potatoes in February

     

    Delivery Info: Available to order now for delivery in Feb through to April/May. Please see FAQs for up-to-date delivery info.

    Planting/Growing Advice: Potatoes need a bit of depth, you can grow them in the ground, raised bed or in a deep planter. These should be planted in spring. If you receive them in Feb/Mar, it is best to chit them before planting out in late March/April. If received in April/May you can plant straight away without chitting.

    For earlies we recommend planting 30cm apart with 40-50cm between rows and for second earlies and main crops we recommend around 40cm apart with 75cm between rows.

    When to harvest: Earlies are usually ready when the flowers open and Maincrops are ready when the leaves have died. Look for these telltale signs to know when your spuds are ready, and then doublecheck by carefully scraping away the earth with your hand or a trowel to see that they’re a good size for harvesting.

    *Transplants suitable for organic growing.

  • Charlotte Seed Potatoes (Salad)

    £4.99
    (10 Tubers)

    A classic salad potato, and a very popular one!
    This salad potato is high yielding with long, yellow tubers and waxy, tasty flesh. It will provide you with an excellent crop of delicious salad-sized potatoes that will store well. This variety has good blight resistance and you can expect to harvest in July. All in all, it is one of the most popular varieties to grow, for good reason!

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Charlotte

    In the kitchen: This variety of potato is suitable for boiling, mashing, steamed or sautéed.

    Delivery: We start shipping seed potatoes in February

     

    Delivery Info: Available to order now for delivery in Feb through to April/May. Please see FAQs for up-to-date delivery info.

    Planting/Growing Advice: Potatoes need a bit of depth, you can grow them in the ground, raised bed or in a deep planter. These should be planted in spring. If you receive them in Feb/Mar, it is best to chit them before planting out in late March/April. If received in April/May you can plant straight away without chitting.

    For earlies we recommend planting 30cm apart with 40-50cm between rows and for second earlies and main crops we recommend around 40cm apart with 75cm between rows.

    When to harvest: Earlies are usually ready when the flowers open and Maincrops are ready when the leaves have died. Look for these telltale signs to know when your spuds are ready, and then doublecheck by carefully scraping away the earth with your hand or a trowel to see that they’re a good size for harvesting.

    *Transplants suitable for organic growing.

  • Pink Fir Apple Seed Potatoes (Salad)

    £4.99
    (10 Tubers)

    These tubers are long, narrow and famously knobbly.
    This peculiar shaped potato was originally imported into Britain over 160 years ago. It was kept solely by enthusiasts for decades because of its exceptional flavour. It’s a great salad potato, with very waxy texture and quite nutty in flavour. It really is knobbly, and we often grow it in large planters of compost as then the potatoes are easier and quicker to wash. A maincrop variety, they are usually ready to harvest in September.

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Pink Fir Apple

    In the kitchen: These are best boiled and used in salads. You can also parboil and roast.

    Delivery: We start shipping seed potatoes in February

     

    Delivery Info: Available to order now for delivery in Feb through to April/May. Please see FAQs for up-to-date delivery info.

    Planting/Growing Advice: Potatoes need a bit of depth, you can grow them in the ground, raised bed or in a deep planter. These should be planted in spring. If you receive them in Feb/Mar, it is best to chit them before planting out in late March/April. If received in April/May you can plant straight away without chitting.

    For earlies we recommend planting 30cm apart with 40-50cm between rows and for second earlies and main crops we recommend around 40cm apart with 75cm between rows.

    When to harvest: Earlies are usually ready when the flowers open and Maincrops are ready when the leaves have died. Look for these telltale signs to know when your spuds are ready, and then doublecheck by carefully scraping away the earth with your hand or a trowel to see that they’re a good size for harvesting.

    *Transplants suitable for organic growing.

  • Jazzy Seed Potatoes (Salad)

    £4.99
    (10 Tubers)

    A fantastic yield of salad potatoes

    We really love this variety for salad potatoes as they tend to come up quite small (perfect salad size!) They are usually ready to harvest in July, and have light, creamy skin and good texture. One of the benefits is that they will stand quite well in the soil for several weeks, so you needn’t harvest them all at once unless you have a problem with slugs/blight (in which case you can just dig them all up when ready and store in a  hessian sack or similar). All in all, a really good choice if you love potato salads.

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Jazzy

    In the kitchen: Great for salads

    Delivery: We start shipping seed potatoes in February

     

     

  • Marfona Seed Potatoes (Second Early)

    £4.99
    (10 Tubers)

    Big potatoes, and big yields

    Marfona produces a high yield of fairly large potatoes that will store well. You should harvest some good sized potatoes for baking, so if jacket potatoes are your faves, then this is the variety for you. It is a second early variety with reasonably good resistance to both scab and blight.

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Marfona

    In the kitchen: Great for baking, mashing, roasting

    Delivery: We start shipping seed potatoes in February

     

  • Nicola Seed Potatoes (Salad)

    £4.99
    (10 Tubers)

    Nicola is a dream potato for the amateur gardener.

    Bred in the early 1970s Nicola is a relatively new salad type – perfect for eating with the skins on, it is a classic new potato type. It has beautiful thin and smooth skin and you’ll find it is a very clean looking spud. It is a second early, so can be harvested in July.

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Nicola

    In the kitchen: Excellent steamed/boiled and served hot or cold in salads.

    Delivery: We start shipping seed potatoes in February

     

    Delivery Info: Available to order now for delivery in Feb through to April/May. Please see FAQs for up-to-date delivery info.

    Planting/Growing Advice: Potatoes need a bit of depth, you can grow them in the ground, raised bed or in a deep planter. These should be planted in spring. If you receive them in Feb/Mar, it is best to chit them before planting out in late March/April. If received in April/May you can plant straight away without chitting.

    For earlies we recommend planting 30cm apart with 40-50cm between rows and for second earlies and main crops we recommend around 40cm apart with 75cm between rows.

    When to harvest: Earlies are usually ready when the flowers open and Maincrops are ready when the leaves have died. Look for these telltale signs to know when your spuds are ready, and then doublecheck by carefully scraping away the earth with your hand or a trowel to see that they’re a good size for harvesting.

    *Transplants suitable for organic growing.

  • Wilja Seed Potatoes (Second Early)

    £4.99
    (10 Tubers)

    Produces high yields of large potatoes

    Wilja is a great all-rounder.  It is a second early, so should be ready to harvest in July assuming conditions are favourable. It’s one of those varieties that is great for roasting, for chips, and for jacket potatoes, and it has a good, slightly earthy (but not overpowering) flavour.

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Wilja

    In the kitchen: Great for boiling

    Delivery: We start shipping seed potatoes in February

     

  • Maris Peer Seed Potatoes (Second Early)

    £4.99
    (10 Tubers)

    A trusted favourite & good for planting late…
    This amazingly popular variety produces reliably regular round shaped and medium sized potatoes. They will normally be ready to harvest in July, and since the texture remains firm they are particularly well suited to boiling. One of the things we like about them is that you can choose to plant them a bit later in the year for a Christmas crop – if you’d like to do this, store the seed potatoes in a dry paper sack (with a few holes for air circulation) in a cool, dark place and plant them in July. Otherwise, pop them in the ground in March/April after chitting and harvest in July.

    Number of tubers (seed potatoes): 10

    Variety: Maris Peer

    In the kitchen: This variety has many uses including boiling for salads, steaming and chipping.

    Delivery: We start shipping seed potatoes in February