For the small garden. Three unique varieties: Arizona Gold, Huckleberry Gold, and Dark Red Norland. 1 lb of each variety. 3 lbs total. *varieties subject to change*
Large oval tuber that is yellow fleshed and versatile. Thin skinned with buttery flavor. Moderate keeper. Better than German Butterball in flavor and yeild. Mid season 85+ days
Huckleberry Gold produces nice round to oval tubers with purple skin and yellow flesh. The purple skin/yellow flesh combination in unsual and eye-catching whether selling at market or serving at home. This variety comes from the University of Idaho breeding program. Its cooking characteristics are similar to those of Yukon Gold. Scab and verticillium wilt resistant. 90-100 days.
Dark Red Norland
This early season red skinned potato has white flesh and produces small to large tubers on medium sized plants. Flesh is described as moist and firm. Good disease resistance to scab, hollow heart, early blight, black scurf, and cracks. Harvest after 65-75 days and don't leave in ground more than 80 days.