5 of the easiest growing most popular varieties that will give continuous cropping all season. Collection contains 5kg (1kg of each variety):
Red Duke of York - This heritage variety is one of the few red-skinned, cream-fleshed earlies. It has a fine flavour and gets quite big. New, boil, steam, mash, chip, bake or roast. First Early. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner.
Maris Piper - A reliable general purpose choice producing tubers that show good resistance to eelworm and are a national favourite. Colour - white. Shape - oval. Boil, steam, mash, chip, saute, bake or roast. Maincrop variety. Top seller 2012.
Charlotte - A latish first early, producing good crops of medium sized oval tubers that are waxy when young and perfect hot or cold. Good blight and scab resistance. Colour - pale yellow. Shape - long oval. New, boil, steam or saute. Salad Type. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Top seller 2012.
Maris Peer - A national favourite with firm texture; high numbers. A familiar second early producing a large crop of round, small/medium, white-fleshed tubers that are waxy and tasty. Colour - white. Shape - short oval. New, boil, steam or chip. Second Early. Top seller 2012.
King Edward - This old traditional English favourite needs good soil to do well and crops are more modest than some but it’s well worth growing. Boil, steam, mash, chip, saute, bake or roast. Maincrop variety.
Quality Control - following inspection our seed potatoes receive a certification number (see bag label). They are size graded within riddle size 35mm x 60mm to achieve the ideal size, although shape will vary due to season and variety. A final visual examination takes place prior to packing. Note: a 1kg pack of a typical variety should contain over 10 tubers.
Order Despatch - Potatoes are sent separately, in specially secure cartons, and will be despatched from December onwards, weather permitting. Please note that we monitor weather conditions daily during critical periods and do not despatch when frosty periods are forecast.