2022 Potato Seed Kitsap Group Buy

Only conventionally grown seed is available from our farmer this year.

ORDER YOUR 2022 SEED ASAP. Some varieties sell out fast.

Prices include delivery. The price of the potatoes decreased this year due to a better price on delivery.

50# regular seed is $37.50    50# of fingerlings is $120.00  

For Royalty varieties, add $1 per 50#.

The minimum for any variety is 50 pound bag of potato seed.

To order, send an e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.with the amount of varieties you want. I will send you an invoice (from PayPal), and it can be paid with a Visa, Mastercard, or PayPal credit or debit card. If you need to pay by check or cash, that will need to be mailed or handed to me.

The list for the varieties availalbe this year are below. Click on the name to see a brief description of the potato. Royalty varieties are clearly marked. Scroll down for more infomation.

Varieties and Descriptions

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Late Season 95-120 days. Oblong tubers with red skin and yellow flesh. High set. Fairly firm texture after cooking. Good for french fries. Good storability. 

Mid Season 85-100 days. Oblong tubers with moderately shallow eyes. Deep red skin and white flesh. Medium set. Firm, moist texture after cooking. Good for boiling. Good storability. 

Late Season 95-120 days.Smooth, oval tubers with light red skin and pale yellow flesh. High set. Fairly firm to mealy after cooking. Good for boiling, fying and chipping. Good storability.

Early Season 75 to 90 days. Oval tubers with red skin and yellow flesh. Medium set. Firm, moderately mealy  texture after cooking. Good roasted, scalloped, mashed, steamed or fried. Good storability.

Mid Season 85-100 days. Oval to oblong tubers with red skin and white flesh. Medium set. Firm and moist after after cooking. Good for boiling and baking. Good storability. 

Mid Season 80-90 days. Oblong with cream flesh are excellent for processing as chips (crisps) and French fry (chips). Good storability. 

Mid Season 85-100 days. Large oblong tubers with russet skin and white flesh. Medium set. Moderately mealy texture after cooking. Good for boiling. Excellent storability. 

Mid - Late Season, 120-130 days. Large oblong tubers. Medium tuber set. Dry, mealy texture when cooked. Excellent French fryer. Good storability.

Mid Season 85-100 days. Long to oblong tubers with shallow eyes. Russet skin and white flesh. Medium set. Fairly firm texture after cooking. Moist when baked. Good storability.

Early season.  Round to oblong shape.  Light brown skin, yellow flesh. Strong producer with some scab ad disease resistance.  Excellent storage qualities, including keeping a new potato texture and moisture.  Can be prepared in many ways.
Early season.  Round to oblong shape.  Light brown skin, yellow flesh. Strong producer with some scab ad disease resistance.  Excellent storage qualities, including keeping a new potato texture and moisture.  Can be prepared in many ways.

Mid Season 85-100 days. Round tubers with yellow skin and yellow flesh. High/medium set. Fairly firm texture after cooking. Good mashed. Good storability. 

Late-Season  Heritage potato from the Netherlands (1910) with oblong tubers, smooth yellow skin and creamy golden flesh.

Mid Season 85-100 days. Tear drop shaped tubers with medium deep eyes produced on long stolons. Yellow skin and yellow flesh. High/medium set. Heirloom cultivar. Firm, waxy texture after cooking. Good for boiling, baking, french fries and salads. Good storability. 

Mid Season 85-100 days. Round tubers with shallow eyes and distinct pink buds. Yellow skin and yellow flesh. Low set. Fairly firm texture after cooking. Excellent for boiling. Also used for french fries. Good storability.

Mid Season 85-100 days, Round tuber with purple skin and deep yellow flesh Medium set. Firm texture after cooking. Good for roasting, baking, soups and chips. Excellent storability. 

Mid Season 85-100 days. Oval to oblong tubers with thin, white skin and white flesh. Medium set. Firm, moderately mealy texture after cooking. Good for boiling, chips and french fries. Good storability. 

Mid Season 85-100 days. Round tubers with purple and yellow skin and yellow flesh. Medium set. Firm, moderately mealy texture after cooking. Good baked and roasted. Good storability, short dormancy. 

Early season 75 to  90 days. Oval to oblong tubers with shallow eyes. Red skin and red flesh. Medium set. 

Firm and moist, but not waxy texture after cooking. Good for boiling, salads, and red chips. Good storability. 

Mid Season 85-100 days. Large, round tubers with purple and pink skin and white flesh. Low set. Firm and moist  texture after cooking. Good for mashing. Good storability. 

Mid Season 85-100 days. Oblong tubers with shallow eyes. Purple skin and purple flesh. Medium set. High in antioxidants. Firm, moist texture after cooking. Good for roasting, microwaving, salads ad chips. Good storability.

Mid Season 85-100 days. Red skin/Red flesh. High yield. Good for frying, baking, boiling, steaming or chipping. Moderate Storability.

Mid Season 85-100 days. Curved tuber with yellow-tan skin and light yellow flesh. High set. Firm and waxy texture after cooking. Suitable for boiling, steaming, roasting and salads. Good storability.

Mid Season 85-100 days. Very attractive tubers with red skin and yellow flesh with red streaks. Heirloom cultivar. High set. Firm, waxy texture after cooking. Excellent for salads, roasting and sautéing. Good storability. 

Mid Season 85-100 days. Long, skinny, straight tubers with yellow skin and deep yellow flesh. High set. Heirloom cultivar. Firm, waxy texture after cooking. Excellent for salads and roasting. A favorite in French cuisine. Good storability. 

y" flavor. Holds it shape well when cooked.

Mid Season 85-100 days. Purple Skin/Purple Flesh. High yield. Good for frying, baking, boiling, steaming or chipping. Moderate Storability

Information about the Group Buy

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The price for seed potatoes includes shipping to our farm.

Several years ago, Marilyn of Abundantly Green organized a group buy of seed potatoes from a grower in Colorado. Kitsap County does not have a farmers’ co-op for buying large amounts of seed at a grower price. However, if we can put in one order of over 1000 lbs of seed, we can get really good prices for good seed.

Certified Potato Seed

This seed is certified by the Colorado Potato Certification Service to be free of disease. “Colorado Potato Certification Service maintains an extensive potato tissue culture laboratory, providing disease free plantlets to Colorado grower owned and operated tissue culture increase and greenhouse production facilities. This generates large quantities of nuclear disease free greenhouse grown minitubers for field planting. This is the basis of the limited generation system for year by year increase of seed potatoes in Colorado.” To learn more go to their website. http://potatoes.colostate.edu/potato-certification-service/.

Minimum Order

The minimum amount that you can order is a 50 pound bag of one variety. If you want smaller amounts we cannot help you. Many people arrange to share the order with others. The potatoes can also be resold.

Payment

Please pay through our website. However, you can mail a check for the full amount to us. I will email you a confirmation no matter how you pay. If you do not receive it, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call Abundantly Green (360-692-2504).

Royalty Varieties are protected. These are owned by Colorado State University. There is a $1.00/50lb wt. royalty. These varieties should not be grown for seed.

Shipping
The cost of shipping is an estimate based on the cost quoted by the farmer. If the cost significantly increases, there may be a surcharge for the shipping. Shipping is determined by the grower is has been by common carrier. Potatoes will arrive after it is warm enough in Colorado and points between there and here to ship them. They usually arrive in April. You will receive an email with the expected delivery date when we know it.
The shipping fee is for delivery is to our farm, Abundantly Green, at 1146 NE Madison Road, Poulsbo, 98370. You are expected to pick up your potato seed from our farm. We will notify you by email when they are expected to arrive. If you want to be contacted by phone, specify this and provide the best number.

The seed potatoes for our Group Buy are scheduled to arrive in early April. We will contact buyers by email when we know the exact date. If freezing temperatures and heavy snow continue, the growers' shipping date may be pushed back. The Group Buy of seed potatoes is now open.

 

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