Potatoes are ususally classified by length of growing season. We set them out in order, First Earlies have the shortest season, Late Maincrops the longest. You can actually plant them when you want, but you do best to grow them as soon as the climate permits. The lists below, ordered in August 2018, are expected on Feb 9th 2019. If there are crop failures we will change this webpage as soon as possible.

the underlined varieties have been produced organically

First Early:

Arran Pilot, CasablancaColleen, Epicure, Foremost, Home Guard, Lady Cristl, Maris BardOrla, Pentland Javelin, Premiere, Red Duke of York, Rocket, Sharpes Express, Swift, Ulster Prince, Winston.

Second Early:

Anya, Bonnie, British Queen, Carlingford, Charlotte, Estima, Gemson, Innovator Russet, Kestrel, Marfona, Maris Peer, Nadine, Nicola, Osprey, Saxon, Shetland Black, Vivaldi, Wilja, Yukon Gold.

Early Maincrop:

Ambo, Amour, Apache, Bambino, Belle de Fontenay, Blue Belle, Carolus, Desiree, Highland Burgundy Red, International Kidney, Isle of Jura, Jazzy, King Edward, Linda, Majestic, Manitou, Maris Piper, Markies, Maxine, Mayan Gold, Mayan Twilight, Pentland Dell, Picasso, Piccolo Star, Pink Gypsy, Ratte, Record, Red Emmalie, Red King Edward, Robinta, Rooster, Salad Blue, Sante, Sarpo Blue Danube, Sarpo Kifli, Setanta, Stemster, Violetta.

Late Maincrop:

Arrran VictoryCaraGolden Wonder, Kerr's Pink, Pink Fir Apple, Sarpo Axona, Sarpo Mira, Valor.


The potato is known botanically as Solanum tuberosum. Apache, Mayan Gold, Mayan Twilight and Piccolo Star have genes introduced from S. phureja as well. Some say they have shorter cooking times.

We are pleased to include Sarpo varieties. Along with Carolus they are remarkably resistant to blight. Sarpo Mira and Sarpo Axona continue growing after repeated attacks of foliar blight.

Onion Sets

Stuttgart Giant, Red Baron, Sturon, Turbo