Many of our tastiest potatoes fall into this category with these potatoes typically maturing within 70-90 days. Mid season varieties will produce more potatoes than Early Season potatoes and typically do not get as large.
Some of our best tasting potatoes are our mid season yellow fleshed varieties. There is something about the yellow flesh that results in a rich, sometimes buttery flavour. Common in Europe for decades, yellow fleshed potatoes are beginning to increase in popularity in North America, for one main reason. They taste great.
- All Red$2.95 – $28.85All Red produces round tubers that are medium to late maturity. This potato has a good yield with red skinned and distinctive pink/red flesh tubers that maintain their color after cooking. It has an excellent flavor and a nice moist texture
- AgriaNot available for the 2024 growing season - Agria tubers have light yellow skin with favorable dark yellow flesh and shallow eyes. Agria is a high yielding variety that tends to produce large tubers. Excellent baked or boiled ad they aren't too waxy or floury in texture, suitable for most cooking uses. Agria is our top-selling potato with the most grown for the culinary world thanks to its great flavor. It can be somewhat prone to scab in dry, high pH regions without irrigation.
- Kennebec$2.95 – $27.25Kennebec is a high-producing mid season potato with yellow skin and white flesh. It stores extremely well through the winter but is susceptible to common scab and tuber late blight. Kennebec is great boiled, baked, french fries, and chips!
- BallerinaBallerina is a early mid season variety, these are a yellow fleshed, shallow eyed tuber with very smooth yellow skin. Ballerina has firm cooking qualities that are perfect for potato salad and are known to be a very tasty variety. Ballerina is not easily bruised and washes up very well, it also has a great storage life due to its long dormancy period.
- Bridget$2.95 – $27.85Bridget is an early variety with good yields in most soil types. These tubers are white-fleshed with light yellow skin, great for fresh-cut french fries! Tubers become fairly big, uniformly-sized long oval-shaped tubers with shallow eyes. Bridget stores well in the winter and is moderately resistant to common scab and late blight.
- Dakota Pearl$2.95 – $27.85Dakota Pearl has pale yellow skin almost white and white flesh, it has medium-sized round tubers with shallow eyes. Dakota Pearl was originally intended for potato chip processing because it has excellent chipping qualities, it l has also become a very popular fresh variety in the “round white” market. Dakota Pearl also has good resistance to common scab and is a great winter storage potato.
- Gold Rush$2.95 – $27.15Gold Rush is a great alternative to Russet Burbank which has been a staple in many gardens for years. Gold Rush is an early maturing russet variety susceptible to early and late blight while also having good resistance to common scab. Texture and taste are hard to match, very white and tasty for mashed potatoes, baked potato, stews, french fries, and perogies!
- Nicola$2.95 – $28.85Nicola potatoes are uniform tubers with an elongated, oval to oblong shape. The skin is smooth, thin, and light yellow, with a few shallow eyes. Underneath the skin, the flesh is firm, dense, and golden yellow. Nicola potatoes have a mild, nutty, and earthy flavor with a waxy consistency that develops into a smooth, fine-grained finish when cooked. These potatoes are best suited for boiling, baking, and roasting. The tubers also retain their shape when heated due to their low starch and high moisture content. An excellent source of vitamin C, B6 and potassium.
- Purple VikingNot available for the 2024 growing season - Round, purple skin, shallow-eyed tubers. This is a very popular purple cousin to the Viking. Tubers can get quite large. We enjoy this moist flesh potato baked or boiled. Displays some resistance to scab.
- Red GoldRed Gold tubers have red skin with favorable yellow flesh. Red Gold produces small to medium sized tubers in the early/mid season. Has a excellent flavor making it great for baked, boiled, mashed or roasted potato dished. Its also got a moderate resistance to scab
- Roko$2.95 – $28.85Oval potatoes with bright red skin and white flesh. Roko has a unique quality of producing high yields with uniform potatoes. Also excellent for over-winter storage.
- Sangre$2.65 – $27.85Sangre variety has oval to oblong tubers, dark red skin, shallow eyes, and white flesh. It has a very low incidence of internal defects such as hollow heart and is rated high in Vitamin C. Sangre is a good storage potato that is suitable for boiling and baking raking high across taste tests! Moderately resistant to scab and susceptible to early & late blight.
- Shepody$2.95 – $27.85Shepody has long tubers, white skin, white moist flesh, and medium deep eyes. Excellent tasting potato for boiling, baking, or french frying. Moderately resistant to rhizoctonia (black scurf), susceptible to common scab and late blight. Shepody has good storage qualities but needs through the pile ventilation.
- Viking$2.95 – $27.85Viking has red skin and very white flesh. The plants have reasonable resistance to drought and moderate resistance to scab. Great for early boiling of baby potatoes & baking. Good over winter storage (same as Norland), Viking is a close cousin to the Purple Viking! Susceptible to late blight.
- Yukon GoldSold Out 2024- Oval, slightly flattened tubers, yellow skin with light yellow flesh. Tubers can grow quite large and store very well. Good for boiling, baking and frying. Plants look similar to a tomato plant. The smooth, thin, and gold to light brown skin is relatively eye free creating a uniform texture and shape. The flesh is yellow to gold, firm, moist, and waxy. When cooked, Yukon Gold potatoes take on a creamy and tender consistency with a rich, buttery, and earthy flavor