Get this bag of seed potatoes, variety Maris Peer; that’s five tubers to plant in three Gro-Sacks so you get dozens of tasty salad-type potatoes from planting in a well-sized sack that you can grow at the side of your allotment, the patio, backyard or even on the balcony.
Whether you choose to grow this salad-type potato variety in open soil on the allotment or in a purpose-made Gro-Sack, you can look forward to a generous harvest of potatoes ready for Christmas as you harvest them in late autumn and early winter.
Protect your potato plants from damaging, frosty autumn nights by covering them with horticultural fleece when cold nights are on the cards. If you are growing them in a Gro-Sack bring them indoors on cold nights if they are not too heavy and return them outdoors during the day.
As the stems of your potato plants develop earth up soil around the base of your potato plants every few days or so. This discourages the edible tubers from greening-up and becoming poisonous.
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