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Baking Potatoes

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Potato 'Picasso'

…resistance making it a garden and allotment favourite. A versatile variety in the kitchen,particularly for baking and mashing. Height and spread: 60cm (24). Useful links: How to grow potatoes in the ground Potato Selector Guide How to grow potatoes  More Info

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Squash 'Baked Potatoes' (Winter) - seeds

…abundance, each weighing up to 700g. As the name suggests, they make a delicious alternative to traditional baked potatoes, but can also be roasted or used in warming soups. Squash ?Baked Potatoes? is also a great source of potassium, iron, and other…  More Info

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Potato 'Vivaldi'

Second early. 'Vivaldi' is a versatile potato that can be boiled, baked or mashed. It can be harvested early in the growing season if baby potatoes are preferred. Alternatively, it can be grown as a second early/early maincrop potato, so larger tubers are…  More Info

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Winter Squash 'Potatoes Duo' - seeds

…iron, vitamins and minerals. Height: 60cm (24). Spread: 100cm (39). Squash ?Potatoes Duo? comprises: * Squash ?Baked Potatoes? - Pale orange skins and creamy white flesh.* Squash ?Mashed Potatoes? - Creamy white coloured flesh which looks just like…  More Info

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Sweet Potato 'Erato Orange'

Sweet Potatoes are packed with vitamins A, C and B6, as well as dietary fibre and make a great alternative to regular potatoes. Sweet Potato ?Erato Orange? is perfect for growing in large pots during the summer months, where the vigorous foliage can spread out and be…  More Info

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Squash 'Mashed Potatoes' (Winter) - seeds

…Beneath the dazzling white skins lies a creamy white coloured flesh which looks just like mashed potato when it is baked and fluffed ? but at just a fraction of the calories! Squash ?Mashed Potatoes? plants are productive and vigorous, producing 4 fruits per…  More Info

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Canna 'Tropicanna Gold'

…Supplied in a 9cm pot. Culinary information: Canna lily rhizomes can be eaten raw and have a taste similar to water chestnut, although sometimes bitter. They can also be boiled and baked, the same as a potato and have a similar texture and taste. For more details…  More Info

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