Category: First Early Seed Potatoes

Home Guard Seed Potatoes 0

Home Guard Seed Potatoes

Dependable First Early Potato Variety Great For Growing In Potato Sacks If You’re A New To Potato-growing And Want To Give It A Try. Produces Short White-skinned Oval Tubers With Cream Floury -textured Flesh.a First-early Variety, This Is Great To Harvest With Children. They Love Spotting The Potatoes In The Soil For Digging Up. Enjoy Home Guard For Boiling, Baking, Mashing, Roasting And Chipping. Once You’ve Grown Home Guard For The First Time You’ll Want To Try Them Every Year.

Heritage Seed Potato Collection 0

Heritage Seed Potato Collection

Enjoying Harvesting Tasty Potatoes Right Through May To November With This Heritage Collection Of Much-loved Varieties. Your Collection Includes Potato Colleen Ready In May And June, Potato Shetland Black Ready In June To August And Maincrop Potato Arran Victory Ready In September To November.get 1 X 2kg Pack Each Of;potato Colleen – Gives Good Harvests Of Potatoes With Yellow Skins And Creamy Fleshpotato Shetland Black – Purple-skinned Variety With White Buttery Centrespotato Arran Victory – Purple-skinned Variety With Floury Fleshyour Collection Also Comes With An 800g Tub Of Potato Fertiliser Which You Simply Add To The Soil Before You Plant Your Potatoes. The Phosphorus Within The Feed Gives Your Potatoes A Great Boost And Helps The Plant Form Lots More Potatoes Within The Soil.enjoy Your Harvests In The Kitchen With This Complete Culinary Collection. Colleen Gives You And Family Salad Potatoes, Shetland Black Is Ideal For Jacket Potatoes And Arran Victory Make Great Roasts To Accompany Sunday Dinners.

Maris Bard Seed Potatoes X15 Tubers 0

Maris Bard Seed Potatoes X15 Tubers

excellent Salad Potato Varietysuited For Growing In Convenient Sacksdisease Resistant For Peace Of Mindfavoured By Crop Growers And Cooks Too Maris Bard Is A ‘first-early’ Salad Potato With A Delicious Creamy Texture When Boiled; With Pleasant Yellow Flesh It Makes Delicious Salad Potatoes Just In Time For The Summer Season And Al Fresco Dining.look Forward To Big Crops Of Quality And Blemish-free Potatoes That Are Hardy To Soil-occurring Diseases Like Powdery Scab. With Shallow Eyes On Your Potatoes They Are Easy To Peel In The Kitchen And You Are Less Likely To Lose Lots Of The Flesh From The Peeler.useful Tips:after Harvesting In Early Summer Empty Your Soil Ready For Your Next Batch Of Potatoes. We Recommend You Next Go For A Second Early Or Maincrop Variety To Continue The Harvesting Season Right Through To Early Autumn.

Colleen Seed Potatoes 0

Colleen Seed Potatoes

Enjoy Harvesting Lots Of Potatoes From Early Summer From Colleen Which Produces Oval Tubers With Yellow Skin And A Waxy Cram Flesh. This Variety Enjoys Heritage-status So You Can Be Sure To Depend On A Much-loved Variety.blight Resistant, You Won’t Be Disappointed By Losses From Your Well-deserved Crops. Take Advantage Of Harvests In Mid To Late Spring For Potatoes To Suit Many A Meal Including Salads To Sunday Roasts.if You Want To Grow Potatoes But Don’t Want To Disturb Your Flower Garden, Consider Growing Potato Colleen In Special Gro-sacks On Your Patio. Equally As Successful As Growing Directly In The Ground.

Charlotte Seed Potato 15 Tubers 0

Charlotte Seed Potato 15 Tubers

unbeatable Flavourgrow In Beds Or Bagsdelicious Scent On Cookingbought Gro-sacks last Year? if You're Looking For Re-fill Packs Of Seed Potatoes To Use In Last Year's Gro-sacks, We've Added Them To The Range.potato Charlotte gives You An Excellent Crop Of Regular, Long-oval Tubers a Little Bigger Than Other Salad Varieties. With A Creamy-yellow Flesh Which remains Firm And You Are Rewarded With A Mouth-watering potato Hot Or Cooled Down for Salads.charlotte Gets The Approval From The Top Chefs On Account Of Its Great Texture And unique Perfume On Cooking. Grow In Beds Or Alternatively In Bags, Even If You Don't Have A Garden But Have A Patio Or Balcony.

Accord Seed Potatoes (first Early) 0

Accord Seed Potatoes (first Early)

harvests From As Early As Mayimpressive Resistance To Eelworm And Scab Diseasearrives In Breathable Bags For Healthy Crops grow Potato In Your Own Plot With Accord; A Dependable Variety, So Versatile In The Kitchen. Accord Works Well As New Potatoes, In Potato Salads And Chips. So Much So That Fish And Chip Shops Around The Country Choose Accord For Their Prize Chips.with A Pleasant Waxy Texture They Don’t Disintegrate On Boiling, Steaming Or Roasting. In The Garden They Don’t Disappoint; Naturally Resistant To Scab They Come Out Of The Ground Looking Clean And Without Blemishes, Ready To Use In The Kitchen.how To Plant:get The Soil Ready By Raking The Area After Sprinkling Some Pre-planting Potato Feed Over The Area Any Time Before Planting Your Seed Potatoes In March. Place Your Seed Potatoes Somewhere Cool, Dry And Light Over February So They Create Little Short Stubs (this Process Is Called Chitting) Which Will Give You Plants That Grow Better.useful Tip:grow Accord In Gro-sacks If You Haven’t Got Beds But Want To Experience That Home-grown Goodness. Bury One To Five Seed Potatoes To Every Gro-sack In Spring In Multi-purpose Compost (this Has A Great Free-draining Consistency) And Treat Your Plants To Some Growmore For A Welcome Boost Of Nutrients. Pile Soil Up Half The Height Of Your Stems Continually As Your Plants Get Bigger To Keep The Actual Potatoes Well-covered At All Times.