Salad Potatoes

Anya
Bred from Pink Fir Apple, with superb flavour and texture - some say it's even tastier- yet the tubers do not become branched and broken so its easier to prepare. Anya can be lifted earlier, at any time from early July. Foliage is more compact and manageable. Plant out from Late March, harvest from end June.

Charlotte
Uniform, shallow-eyed, long-oval tubers 50% bigger than other salad varieties. Tender creamy-yellow flesh remains very firm. A favourite salad potato . Plant out from late March harvest from end June.

International Kidney
Can also be used as a general purpose early maincrop. The most important crop on Jersey produced and sold as 'Jersey Royal' New Potato. Very waxy.

Juliette
A fairly recent introduction that has become very popular with all who have tried it. Yields are excellent, with a high number of tubers per plant which have good blight and eelworm resistance. Plant out from Late March, harvest from end June.

Pink Fir Apple
A superb new potato flavour that lasts well into the New Year. Ready in October, it produces long thin tubers with pink skin that can be eaten or removed after boiling. Idea for autumn potato salads. Plant out from Late March, harvest from end June.

Ratte
Classic salad variety for its remarkable flavour. Long uniform tubers, yellow-flesh with firm, waxy texture. Harvest from Mid-August. Plant out from Late March, harvest from end June.