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    Where To Store Potatoes

    Potatoes should be kept cool and dark with some air circulation. Here are some products that help keep your potato crop stored safely through the winter months. 
     
  • Flowering Potatoes
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    Harvesting your own potatoes is a lot like a treasure hunt, and it’s even more fun when your harvest turns up red, purple, pink, yellow and white potatoes! You’ll receive All Blue, Butte, Carola, King Harry and Rose Gold varieties — each with a distinct, delicious flavor and texture. This 1-1/2-lb. assortment fills a 3' x 3' raised bed or four of our Potato Grow Bags.

  • Rose Gold Potatoes, 1 Lb.
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    More Details 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. 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 Gold is a very attractive and rich-tasting variety with red skin and yellow flesh. It's ...
  • Potato and Onion Storage Baskets
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    More Details Plastic grocery bags retain moisture, speeding the demise of potatoes and onions. These breathable woven baskets, used for centuries in Europe, are a better solution. They fill from the top, and dispense vegetables from the pocket below. And they add a little country style to your kitchen or pantry. Set of two; large holds about 30 lbs. of potatoes, small holds about 6 lbs. of onions. Hand-woven willow with braided sea grass handles.
  • Orchard Rack, 6 Drawer
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    Years ago, people stored "keeper" crops such as apples, winter squash, onions and potatoes on rustic wooden racks like this one. The drawers are slatted to ensure good air circulation, and they slide out for easy access. For best results, the rack should be located in a cool, dark cellar or shed.

  • Countertop Keeper
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    There are so many things to love about this storage jar. It limits light exposure, the decorative cutouts keep air circulating, and the ceramic material keeps contents cool. All of this adds up to a longer shelf life for veggies like potatoes and onions. Food-safe, lead-free glaze.

  • Root Storage Bin
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    Root veggies like carrots and beets will stay fresh all winter and even grow sweeter in this storage bin. Just fill with layers of damp sand or sawdust, alternating with layers of carrots or beets, and put in a cool, dark place. Potatoes, turnips and squash can go right in the bin without sand.

  • Orchard Rack, 9 Drawer
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    Years ago, people stored "keeper" crops such as apples, winter squash, onions and potatoes on rustic wooden racks like this one. The drawers are slatted to ensure good air circulation, and they slide out for easy access. For best results, the rack should be located in a cool, dark cellar or shed.

  • Garlic Keeper
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    Garlic keepers are a traditional way to store this kitchen essential so it's always fresh and close at hand. Attractive, lidded crock holds three to four large heads.