- Popular heritage variety
- Weather resistant
- Attractive skin to flesh contrast
Dating back to 1942, ‘Red Duke of York’ is a heritage first early variety that is a firm favourite among growers. The red-skinned tubers have shallow eyes and yellow flesh, producing an attractive contrast in colour. This potato is packed with flavour for a whole host of meals in the kitchen. The variety is resistant to adverse weather, and is a successful crop for growing in exposed and cooler regions of the North. ‘Red Duke of York’ stores well in a cool place, meaning that its flavours can be enjoyed right through the summer and autumn.
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