Potatoes

Seed Potatoes

Plant Me Now offer a great range of disease tolerant seed potatoes for harvesting from June right through to October. We have all your favorite varieties and some more unusual ones too, all suitable for different tasks such as mashing, boiling or baking! We have a seed potato for any need and have recently introduced an organic range too! View our full range below:

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Red Duke of York Seed Potato

Potato Red Duke of York (autumn planting taster pack)

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Lets Grow... Spud Bag potato planter

Lets Grow... Spud Bag

£9.95
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Vitax Organic Potato Fertiliser

Organic Potato Fertiliser 1kg

£3.45
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Burgon & Ball Mid Handled Potato Harvesting Scoop

Burgon and Ball Mid Handled Potato Harvesting Scoop

£14.95
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Duke of York Seed Potatoes

Potato Duke of York (autumn planting taster pack)

£2.95
Charlotte Seed Potatoes

Potato Charlotte (autumn planting taster pack)

£2.95
Casablanca Seed Potatoes

Potato Casablanca (autumn planting taster pack)

£2.95
Pentland Javelin Seed Potatoes

Potato Pentland Javelin (autumn planting taster pack)

£2.95
Catriona Seed Potatoes

Potato Catriona (autumn planting taster pack)

£2.95
Maris Peer Seed Potatoes

Potato Maris Peer (autumn planting taster pack)

£2.95
Duke of York Potatoes

Potato Duke of York (2kg seed potatoes)

£4.95
Home Guard 2.5kg Seed Potatoes

Potato Home Guard (2kg seed potatoes)

£4.95
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Growing Potatoes

To sprout seed potatoes, place in a light, cool area. Protect from frost.

Planting can take place as soon as the risk of frost has passed in your area, during spring, March-May. Plant 10-13cm (4-5inches) deep in shallow ridges. Seed should be 20-23cm (8-9inches) apart in the row, with 60cm (24inches) between each row. Earth the plants up when they are 20cm (8inches) tall. This encourages a higher yield of potatoes. Watering your plants well will improve crop yield and discourage scab from forming.