Seed Potatoes

Charlotte Potato Seed (Second Early Salad Potatoes)

If you are new to growing potatoes then this seed potato will produce a good crop of long, medium sized oval tubers. Yellow skin covers waxy flesh that is a mouth-watering buttery yellow, perfect for making potato salads or hot with cold dishes. Great flavour!

If you have room for only one variety…this is the one!
The plants have a tidy, compact habit.

Stocked early January through to late March.
Plant Seed Potatoes: March – April
Harvest Potatoes: June – Sept

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Cara Seed Potatoes (Maincrop)

One of the most popular maincrop varieties due to it’s good performance in the kitchen and on the plot too.
White skinned with pink shallow eyes, soft moist flesh making them ideal as bakers.
Good drought and blight resistance. Heavy yielding.

Stocked early January through to late March.
Plant Seed Potatoes: March – April
Harvest Potatoes: Sept – Oct

Desiree Seed Potatoes (Maincrop)

Claimed to be the world’s most popular red potato! Pale yellow, waxy fleshed maincrop produces heavy crops even in dry seasons. These have an excellent flavour. Wonderful for baking and lovely mashed.

Stocked early January through to late March.
Plant Seed Potatoes: March – April
Harvest Potatoes: Sept – Oct

Kestrel Seed Potatoes (Second Early)

Pink eyed regular sized tubers, good cooking versatility and slug resistance make this second early seed potato a firm favourite! It’s attractive looks make it a popular choice for the show bench too. Good eelworm resistance so popular for allotments.

Stocked early January through to late March.
Plant Seed Potatoes: March – April
Harvest Potatoes: June – Sept

Rocket Seed Potatoes (First Early)

Our No. 1 early potato and arguably the very earliest variety! Exceptionally quick to produce thin skinned tasty uniformly round new potatoes. Good for growing those very earliest potatoes in bags. Ideal salad potato flavoured with mayonnaise and a few freshly chopped chives. Yields are excellent with a high number of tubers per plant which have good blight and eelworm resistance.

Stocked early January through to late March.
Plant Seed Potatoes: March – April
Harvest Potatoes: June – Sept

Pentland Javelin Seed Potatoes (First Early)

An older but first rate early potato. Waxy white fleshed and tasty ‘new’ potato. Smallish regular sized tubers.
Good eelworm resistance so popular for older veg plots and allotments. Easy to grow due to good general disease resistance.

Stocked early January through to late March.
Plant Seed Potatoes: March – April
Harvest Potatoes: June – Sept

Pink Fir Apple Seed Potatoes (Late Maincrop)

An old winter salad potato with very good flavour. Late to mature. Knobbly pink skinned potatoes are best boiled with their skins left on and eaten, tasty skins and all, or peeled after cooking. Uses – boil, steam and saute. Delicious hot or cold!

Stocked early January through to late March.
Plant Seed Potatoes: March – April
Harvest Potatoes: Sept – Oct

Maris Bard Seed Potatoes (First Early)

Smooth skinned tasty new potato taste and good early potato variety to grow.
Good for boiling, steaming or salad. An ideal variety to grow as a ‘baby’ potato. Serve hot or cold, garnished with a sprinkling of chopped parsley. Good flavour.

Stocked early January through to late March.
Plant Seed Potatoes: March – April
Harvest Potatoes: June – Sept

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We stock well over 20 seed potato varieties and provide free advice on growing potatoes and potato seeds.

You’ll also find a range of accessories to help you grow potatoes and fantastic garden offers.

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