MIXED FINGERLING (Red & White) Seed Potatoes - Certified Non-GMO Seed Potato Tubers Spuds

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MIXED FINGERLING (RED & WHITE) SEED POTATOES
- Certified Seed Potato
- Includes Planting Guide
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SKIN COLOR: BROWN, RED

FLESH COLOR: YELLOW, RED, WHITE


- 1-10 Lbs. Austrian Crescent, French Fingerling, & Amarosa Fingerling.
- NOT store bought, specially checked for disease.
- Perfect option for spring and summer planting.


** Do NOT buy potatoes at the grocery for planting. **
** Non-certified seed potatoes can contain disease. **
** EVEN POTATOES LABELED CERTIFIED ORGANIC! **
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Amarosa:

Amarosa fingerling potatoes are small in size and are oblong and slender in shape.
The thin skin is smooth with a deep red to burgundy coloring with some brown spots and patches.
When cooked, Amarosa fingerling potatoes have a velvety texture with a sweet and creamy flavor.



Austrian Crescent:

Austrian Crescent Fingerlings have smooth, buff skin and light yellow flesh.
Each fingerling can grow up to 10 inches long, 2 inches wide, and weigh up to 18 oz.
Heavy yields.
Austrian Crescent Fingerling Potatoes are good for steaming, boiling, salads.



French Fingerling:

Thin, smooth rose-colored skin
Shallow eyes and spotting.
Ivory flesh stays firm and waxy even when cooked.
French fingerlings have a robust, earthy, & buttery flavor.

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Note:

Potatoes ship in the Spring. 

If you place an order during the fall/winter, it will ship in the spring.

Please e-mail if you need additional information. :)

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  • 4
    Potato seed

    Posted by Randell Lanfell on Jul 20th 2021

    Super quick delivery, most of the seed have broken ground after being planted less than two weeks or so. Looking good so far can't wait to harvest and eat some of these.

  • 4
    Seed potatoes

    Posted by Chase on Apr 19th 2021

    Potatoes arrived fast and looked good. Some were a little smaller than I would have liked but oh well. I got them in the ground the next day after arrival, looking forward to digging them up.