SWEET POTATO - OKINAWA (1 large tuber)

$9.95
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***NOT TAS, NT, SA, WA***  (Ipomea batatas)  Native American heirloom.  White skinned tuber with rich purple flesh.  Highly nutritious.  May be boiled, baked, roasted yet also used in many sweet desserts such as cakes, brownies, icings etc.  Trailing vine. 

Available as:

Single large tuber - plant whole or leave to sit on bench in shallow tray of water to allow bulb to 'shoot' producing 'slips' which may then be planted.
​Pack of small tubers - may be planted directly into ground.

 

(SWEETPOTATOOKI-1)

SKU SWEETPOTATOOKI-1
Shipping Weight 0.4210kg

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