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All Blue Organic Potato (Lb) - FP800

All Blue Organic Potato (Lb)
Hugelkultur Potatoes

Hugelkultur Potatoes

Planting & Growing Potatoes

Planting & Growing Potatoes

$2.99
  • Not registered for sale in: HI, ID, PR, VI, GU
  • Pre-Order Today!
  • Available to ship as soon as: October 23, 2015
  • (However, as we ship on a first come, first serve basis, your order may not ship until days or weeks later. You will receive an email when your order ships.)
Buy big, save big with quantity discounts
  • Buy 10 for $2.69 each and save 11%
  • Buy 50 for $2.54 each and save 16%
  • Buy 100 for $2.39 each and save 21%
  • Buy 250 for $2.24 each and save 26%
  • Buy 500 for $2.09 each and save 31%

Purple Flesh Brightens Your Potato Salad

PLEASE READ BEFORE ORDERING

Seed potatoes cannot be allowed to freeze. Once frozen, the potatoes will be unviable for sprouting.

Potato orders placed from anywhere in the US by October 31 will ship as soon as they arrive (see ETA above). Orders can’t be cancelled once they’ve shipped.

From Nov 1st until Mid/Late Spring, we will ONLY ship potatoes to CA, OR, WA, NV and AZ. If you live outside of these 5 Western states, we cannot ship potatoes to you as they will otherwise invariably freeze during transit. While your specific state might be having decent weather, your order will travel through very cold regions from our CA location to yours. While you certainly can place your order, we will only ship it when the threat of freeze across the nation is over, which typically is in April or May.


With deep blue skin and flesh that almost appears purple, here is another potato to brighten your table and your favorite potato salad. A family favorite for making awesome French Fries or Oven Fries.

  • 80-100 days, mid to late-season
  • Abundant yields of medium sized oblong tubers
  • Great baked or any way you like it
  • Certified seed & certified organic
Planting Instructions:
  • Fall-planted spuds produce outstanding yields by May. If your area experiences hard winters (USDA Zones 1–7), or you tend to have long, wet spring seasons when rot might be a problem, plant potatoes in the spring.
  • One pound of seed potatoes will plant a row approximately 8' long with seed pieces spaced at 8 - 12" apart.
  • Plan on 1,200 lb/acre (600 lb of fingerlings) when rows are spaced 36" apart with 12" between plants.
  • Under optimal conditions, you can expect to harvest 10–15 pounds of potatoes for every pound of seed potato planted.

Customer Reviews

Prolific and tasty

Harvested large crop. Tasty potato. Wish they'd have more. I was too late to order this year. Out of stock. More blues, please.

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Family Favorite

These were really easy to grow. They became the family favorite out of the combo that we ordered. After our first tentative bites discovered that they taste the same as any other potato, they became the family favorite. The color just makes them fun to eat. We ate them mashed, boiled, and fried. Very versatile.

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