- It's easy and fun to grow potatoes!
- Enjoy unusual, delicious varieties not typically sold in supermarkets
- Our seed potatoes are grown organically in Maine
All kinds of gardeners are trying their hand at growing their own potatoes,
and for very good reasons. Homegrown potatoes are delicious and there’s a variety
for every purpose: roasting, frying or salad making.
Butte is a russet variety — the classic for fluffy baked potatoes. Also ideal for boiling and for making French fries, it's high in vitamin C and protein, too. Late season (110-135 days to maturity).
Elba potatoes are a great beginners’ variety with outstanding
resistance to disease and drought, and firm, flavorful white flesh. Early season (70-90 days to maturity).
Rose Finn Apple Fingerling is a rare and beautiful rosy-colored fingerling potato with moderately dry yellow flesh. Late season (105-135 days to maturity).
Rose Gold is a very attractive and rich-tasting variety with red skin and yellow flesh. It's delicious baked and steamed and is especially good in creamy soups. Mid season (90-110 days to maturity).
Yukon Gold is a yellow-fleshed potato renowned for its outstanding flavor and texture. It’s very versatile — enjoy it baked, boiled, mashed or fried. Early season (70-90 days to maturity).