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Potato Planter Bags 4 Piece Set

…delicious new potatoes fresh from your potato planter bags. They taste amazing and what?s more there is no heavy digging required!! Freshly harvested new potatoes, cooked within minutes of picking, are the most delicious tasting garden grown vegetable. Now,…  More Info

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Cooks Professional Multi Blender Cup Set 3 Cup Set Black

…make light work of preparing ingredients or blending them together. The food processor has accessories that can: Grind coffe beans or nuts, peel potatoes, mix dough, squeeze fresh juice and, of course, blend. A large 1.2 litre jug and a 1.75 litre blender jug attachment…  More Info

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Elephant Garlic (Autumn or Spring Planting)

…taste than conventional garlic, making it suitable for a wide choice of culinary uses. Try roasting elephant garlic and spreading on to crusty bread, or add the cloves to mashed potato. Available for Spring or Autumn planting. Height: 90cm (35). Spread: 20cm (8). Useful…  More Info

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Potato 'Maris Peer'

* Second early This second early variety, Potato Maris Peer, has firm creamy yellow fleshed tubers that retain their colour and have a superb flavour, but do not disintegrate during cooking. Tuber size 35/45mm. Useful links: How to plant and grow potatoes  More Info

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Potato 'Rocket'

…are quick to produce 'baby new potatoes' with a firm waxy texture. Potato 'Rocket' has good all-round disease resistance including golden eelworm, and is easy to grow in the ground or in potato bags. Height and spread: 60cm (24). Tuber size: 35/45mm. Useful…  More Info

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Potato Sacks (paper)

These strong paper sacks can hold up to 25kg of potato tubers and are ideal for storing your potatoes after harvesting. The thick paper blocks out light, preventing your potatoes from turning green.  More Info

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Potato 'Charlotte'

* Second earlyDistinctive pear shaped tubers with firm creamy flesh and waxy, yellow skin. This popular second early variety makes an excellent salad potato; delicious eaten hot or cold. Tuber size 35/45mm. Useful links: How to plant and grow potatoes  More Info

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Potato Growing Bag

For an convenient and easy way to grow potatoes on your patio look no further than our Potato Growing Bags. These durable black/grey bags hold 8 litres of compost and the black and grey colouring prevents light reaching the developing potato tubers for healthy and…  More Info

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New Zealand Yam

Imagine new potatoes with a hint of lemon! These multicoloured New Zealand Yams can be harvested from November to December and have a zesty flavour and crisp pale orange or creamy coloured flesh. Boil, bake or fry them, like potatoes, or slice them raw into salads. You can…  More Info

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TomTato®

…modification - Tomatoes and potatoes are members of the same family and are therefore naturally compatible with one another. Each TomTato® plant is specially grafted by hand to create this unique double cropping feature that combines a tomato stem with potato  More Info

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Potato 'Desiree'

…maincrop Potato 'Desiree' has become a supermarket favourite for its versatility in the kitchen - roast, bake, boil or mash it. This well loved variety is reliable in the garden too with particularly good drought resistance. Height and spread: 60cm (24). Useful links: How to…  More Info

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Potato Growing Bags

For the best possible yields grow a single potato tuber in a 8-litre potato growing bag - our technical trials found an astonishing 186% increase in yield! These durable bags will last for years. Please note: bags may be black or grey. Useful links: How to plant and grow   More Info

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Potato 'Setanta'

…oval tubers with red skins and medium-yellow flesh. With higher drought tolerance than other varieties and good resistance to pests and diseases, including potato blight, 'Setanta' is an ideal choice for organic gardeners. Height and spread: 60cm (24). Useful links: How to…  More Info

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Sweet Potato 'Carolina Ruby'

Sweet potatoes are highly versatile and increasing in popularity. Traditionally grown in warmer climates, Sweet Potato 'Carolina Ruby' has been bred for the cooler UK climate and produces flavoursome orange-fleshed tubers with ruby red skins. Easy to grow from our special…  More Info

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Chempak® Potato Fertiliser

…best results from your home grown potatoes. Chempak® organic potato fertiliser is a granular fertiliser with essential nutrients, in the correct balance, which are released slowly throughout the season to give tastier and increased yields of quality potatoes.<…  More Info

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Potato Cleaning Gloves

This handy pair of gloves is specially designed to make easy work of cleaning soil off potatoes before use or storage. You'll wonder how you managed without them! Useful links: How to plant and grow potatoes  More Info

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Canna x generalis 'Cannova Red'

…40cm (16). Culinary information: Canna lily rhizomes can be eaten raw and have a taste similar to water chestnut, although they are sometimes bitter. They can also be boiled and baked, in the same way as a potato and have a similar texture and taste. For more details about…  More Info

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Canna x generalis 'Cannova Yellow'

…40cm (16). Culinary information: Canna lily rhizomes can be eaten raw and have a taste similar to water chestnut, although they are sometimes bitter. They can also be boiled and baked, in the same way as a potato and have a similar texture and taste. For more details about…  More Info

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Canna 'Tropicanna'

…Supplied as a plug plant. 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 about…  More Info

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