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There is nothing like eating Potatoes from your own garden. Try these great mini tubers - small early-generation seed, for planting whole. All are vigorous and disease-resistant: expect increased yields over cut Potatoes. Potatoes like deeply dug, moderately fertile soil which has not been manured for at least one year. Plant tubers in rows 30" apart and spaced 12" apart in the row, 2" to 4" deep. Regularly hill soil up around leaves until mounds are formed. Harvest when tops begin to wilt and Potatoes are small for best flavor. Deer resistant. Your mini-tubers will be shipped to you at the proper time for planting in your horticultural zone.

Red Sonia Potato

Red Sonia Potato
New! 65 days. A disease-resistant and incredibly early-yielding red-skinned Potato, Red Sonia's yellow flesh is moist, buttery and delicious. It's perfectly suited to mashing, roasting, baking, frying and boiling. The tubers store well, too. (OP.)

One package of 10 mini tubers.
Catalog #8025

Availability: Out of stock


Gardening Tips

Gourmet Mini Tuber Growing Instructions

Plant Like a Pioneer: Grow Potatoes

Easy Pickin'
Hand picking is often the best way to get rid of an infestation of Potato beetles--both the fat pink larvae or the striped beetles that follow. If the task disgusts you, get a long extension cord and go out there with a shop vacuum. Use the slot attachment to suction the critters away; it is the one least damaging to the foliage.

Tips for Harvesting and Storing Root Vegetables

Deer Resistant Seed Varieties

Cooking Tip:
The Perfect Hash Brown Ever notice how hash browns made with leftover boiled Potatoes taste better than ones made fresh from raw Potato cubes? They’re moist and soft inside, crisp on the outside. You can get that effect by boiling the Potatoes first or--simpler yet--use raw cubes but cover the frying pan for the first 5 or 10 minutes of cooking to steam them, then remove the lid and fry until crisp.