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Sangre is one of the prettiest of all red skinned varieties, with shal...
Sangre is one of the prettiest of all red skinned varieties, with shallow eyes and medium-sized oblong tubers. Originally released by Colorado State University in 1982, Sangre ranks high in taste tests with creamy white flesh that is especially delicious boiled or baked. Think roasted with whole garlic cloves or starring in a warm German potato salad.
Sangre plants emerge slowly but grow rapidly. Plants have concentrated, shallow roots with high yields for easy harvest. Because Sangre bulks up quickly, it is a good choice to dig for early new potatoes. Mature tubers store well.
Midseason: 80-95 days
1lb. bag (plants a 10-foot row)