This is a low producing diploid but the tubers have a superb flavour. It is not a variety that I expect to be popular but I keep it to keep a lot of genetic diversity and because the tubers are cute.
Pink tubers with yellow eyes. Yellow flesh.
Storage until planting: keep in a dark place until ready to plant, but if they start sprouting earlier, place tubers in a bright place. The light will stop the sprouts from growing too much. Plant 3-5 weeks before you expect your first frosts to finish. I plant mine in September here in southern Victoria. See ‘storage’ page for tips on overwintering tubers.
Please note that potatoes grown over the heat of summer produce less, and smaller, tubers than those grown in spring.
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