A lovely red skinned Northern Irish variety. Rosegarden tubers are oval with red skin and shallow eyes.
A moderate yielding variety with good resistance to gangrene, dry rot and common scab.
Medium dry matter, this spud produces a mealy texture with nice creamy coloured flesh. This variety is currently being trialled with some promising results. A variety you will be hearing more of!
Certified Irish Seed
- Early planting in Feb-March for an August harvest
- Plant normally April for a September-October harvest
An especially versatile spud, you can mash, boil, steam or even bake it.
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"They look a bit exotic, which of course they are, but the taste is simply superb. I know they always say they are splendid when roasted but for my money they are best gently steamed till the psychological moment of perfectly cooked. Then you get the full floury tastiness of roasted chestnut and you wish you had cooked twice as many."
"Have just removed my first batch of "Gold" from my Allotment.
I planted them out the second week of March after Chitting them on the windowsill.
From 1 seed Potato, i have harvested 3lb of Gold.
Had roast Potatoes with my Dinner and a good portion of Chips at supper time.
Well worth the money, and the taste is just fantastic.
So glad i got my order in early."
Billy Blue Eyes.