Adirondack Blue Potato

Certified Organic

Solanum tuberosum

Blue-skinned, blue-fleshed variety.

This selection from Cornell University doubles as a rare jewel! Glistening blue skin enclosing deep blue flesh without the white vascular ring you'll see in many similar varieties. Adirondack Blue is soft and succulent; when mashed or made into potato salad, it's superb for wowing your dinner guests. The plants are strong and provide good mid-season yields. 


Spring Tuber Planting Guide

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To learn how to grow (and eat!) potatoes, check out this article from our blog.

Days to Maturity 80-90
Planting Depth 4"
Spacing in Row 10-12"
Sun Preference Full Sun
Size of Tubers Medium-Large
Size of Plant Large
Tuber Shape Oblong
Tuber Set Moderate
Yield Medium-Heavy
Late Blight Tolerance Medium-High
Scab Resistance Moderate
Maturity Mid-Early
Dormancy Medium
Growth Habit Determinate

Potato tubers ship from mid-April through early May, depending on your location. If you purchase seeds and dahlia tubers at the same time anytime from January until the ship date for your region, you will receive two shipments—a prompt shipment of seeds and a later shipment of tubers—and the shipping fees shown at checkout will take this second delivery into account. This product does not ship internationally.

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