Yellow Skin, Light yellow flesh
Medium Maturity 85-100 days
Susceptible to common scab
Good Winter Storage
Cooking – Very good for boiling, baking, and French frying
Planting – Sow seed pieces 2-3 inches deep. Leave 12-15cmcm between plants in rows 3 feet apart. Hill plants when they are 1 foot tall, by hoeing up 6-8 inches of soil around the plant.
Growing – Hill plants once they begin to emerge from the soil. Continue to pull dirt up around the plants as they grow. Keep the soil moist, but not overly saturated during the growing season. Containers may need daily watering.
Harvest – Flowering is often an indicator young potatoes are almost ready to harvest. For winter storage, potatoes should remain in the ground until light frosts or natural maturity dry down the leaves and stems.
Oval, slightly flattened tubers, yellow, skin light yellow flesh. Tubers can grow quite large and store well. Good for boiling baking and frying. Plants look similar to a tomato plant.