Heirloom over 100 years old & originating in the Baltic Region of Europe / Asia. Small to medium plant producing yellow, banana shaped, medium sized t
Round, red tubers with white flesh. A great multi-use potato which is Ideal for salads, boiling, roasting and mashing. Commo
Heirloom originating from the United Kingdom & first introduced around 1902. Tall plant producing round to oval tubers w
Round to oval tubers with pink skin & pale yellow flesh. Good for salads, baked or boile
Round to oblong with creamy, yellow flesh. Ideal baked or boiled. Popular variety.
Large, oval to round, smooth, cream tubers with white skin, shallow eyes & white flesh. Stores well. A good all-round potato used for baking, boiling,
Heirloom originating from the United Kingdom & dating back to 1902. Long, oval shaped tuber with white skin, pink blotches & creamy white flesh. Exc
Gourmet, cigar shaped tubers with yellow skin & light yellow flesh. Good for boiling, baking & salads.
Rich, yellow, oblong shaped tuber with creamy yellow flesh produced on slightly spreading plant. Great for use in salads, baking & boiling.
Heirloom dating back to 1880. Round, medium sized tubers with cream / mauve skin & deep, pink eyes. Flesh is creamy yellow & waxy. Excellent for bo
Originating from America & first introduced in 1938. Red, rounded tubers with deep eyes & white flesh. Ideal for boiling, chipping & baking.
Oval shape with bluish-purple skin and yellow flesh with a slightly sweet, nutty flavour
Rose coloured, rounded, medium sized tuber with creamy, yellow flesh. Excellent in salads (as
Round to oval, medium sized tubers with white skin & flesh. High yields; popular variety. A good all-round variety well suited to boiling, mashing,
Originating in the Netherlands. Long, oval shaped cream coloured tuber with creamy yellow, waxy flesh. High yields. Great for salads, boiling, mash
Heirloom, originating from Scotland & first introduced in 1894. Flat, oval tubers with cream coloured skin & pale yellow flesh. Ideal for baking & b
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