Have you ever tasted home grown potatoes? Some say there is no comparison to store bought potatoes. Home grown potatoes are fresher, more flavorful and healthier for you. A small number of seed potatoes will yield a few buckets of potatoes ready to eat and enjoy and can even be stored throughout the winter months.

1) Before planting set your seed potatoes in a warm location (between 60 and 70 degrees F.) in full sun such as on a kitchen window sill, for one to two weeks. This will induce sprouting.
2) One day before planting, take a sharp, clean knife and cut the potato into planting pieces. Each piece should be approximately 1 ½ - 2 inch square, and must contain at least 1 or 2 eyes. (Eyes can be identified as the indentations or dimples on a potato) Small potatoes with a minimal amount of eyes may be planted whole.
3) Allow seeds to dry and form a callous over their cuts.

Characteristics:

 
Bloom Time:

Harvest early summer to fall

Mature Height:

In

Hardiness Zone:

4-9 Find your zone

Exposure:

Full Sun

6 Organic Seed Potatoes Solanum tuberosum 'Dark Red Norland'

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