Potato seedlings “King Edward”
“King Edward” is a traditional English potato variety, which is one of the oldest in Europe.
Just like the name, the skin of “King Edward” is also something special because of the blush-colored spots on the yellow skin. Not only the appearance, but also the excellent and slightly nutty taste make this variety almost royal. It is predominantly waxy with a fluffy texture and can be harvested medium-early to medium-late.
“King Edward” tastes great as oven or fried potatoes.
You are asking yourself what first early, second early and maincrop means?
Then have a look at the video at the end of this page.
In the table down below you can find further potato seedling varieties of our range.
|Adretta||yellow||starchy | second early||35-55mm|
|Birgit||red skin, yellow flesh||all-purpose | first early||35-55 mm|
|Blaue St. Galler||blue/purple||all-purpose | second early||35-55 mm|
|Blue Belle||yellow/purple skin, yellow flesh||all-purpose | second early||35-55 mm|
|Estima||yellow||waxy | second early||35-50 mm|
|King Edward||pink/yellow skin, yellow flesh||all-purpose | maincrop||30-50 mm|
|Linda||yellow||waxy | second early||30-55 mm|
|Nemo||red/yellow skin, yellow flesh||all-purpose | second early||35-50 mm|
|Zoe||red||starchy | second early||35-45 mm|