Individual Potato Varieties
This fine Irish-style potato, developed at Cornell University, withstands adverse conditions well and is more resistant to Colorado potato beetles, flea beetles and potato leafhoppers than other varieties because of its unique hairy leaves.
Well-bred King Harry potatoes have golden yellow skins and white flesh with a waxy and slightly moist texture that tastes delicious either boiled and baked. For a lunchtime treat, we just microwave a big King Harry potato to enjoy its nutty-tasting flesh as a simple and very satisfying meal. High yields of large, blight resistant potatoes that store well.
Midseason: 80-95 days