- Popular heritage variety
- Attractive skin to flesh contrast
Red Duke of York Seed Potatoes are a heritage variety from 1942 which just goes to show how much of a firm-favourite this first early variety is. The red-skinned tubers have shallow eyes and yellow flesh for a lovely colour-contrast.
In the kitchen Red Duke of York is a potato packed with flavour and does not disintegrate on boiling.
Resistant to adverse weather this is a successful crop for growing in exposed areas and cooler regions of the North. They also store well in a cool place which means you can enjoy the flavoursome potatoes right through the summer and autumn.
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