Potato Bed



Why not grow your own supply of delicious, all-organic potatoes? Plant them in spring, harvest in late summer. Baked, boiled, mashed or fried, they’re a nutritious and rewarding crop.

Planting Guide:



  • Plant 1-1/2″ chunks 4″ deep, two weeks before last frost or when soil reaches 50 degrees F.
  • Purchase seed potatoes or use organic potatoes that were not treated to resist sprouting.
  • In South, plant in fall for winter crop. Not frost-hardy.
  • Spacing: one to three plants per sq. ft.
  • Days to harvest: 55 to 90 days. Harvest anytime after flowering and before frost.

Learn more about Potatoes in our Vegetable Encyclopedia