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Under each product where ever it is on our site you will see a heart.  Click on the heart to add to your favourites.

This is available for both Seed Potatoes and Potatoes to Eat. You can view, edit and delete your lists on this page. 

Remember that for seed potatoes, we now have a 6 tuber net which should allow you to try more varieties.

You can create multiple wish lists if you sign in - perhaps one for earlies, one for Main crop, one for coloured varieties. You can also share your wish lists if you sign in - perhaps a great hint for birthdays and Christmas! (Note signing into our web is separate from signing up for our newsletter and both are voluntary).

We have some recommendations if you can't think what to put on your list. If you can't find what you are looking for, please let us know and we can help find a suitable alternative.

When you have narowed down your wish list, remember to add to your basket.  There won't be an email from the wish list when the varieties are for sale, however, we also have a stock alert button, which is found on each product. You will get an email about each variety when it is available for sale if you opt for that.  

Seed Potatoes - If you buy 5 packs of any combination of 6 tuber, 1 kg nets or grow bags you will save £1 per item - and this discount increases to £2 per item if you purchase 10 or more! Applied automatically.

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Favourite Seed Potatoes - Staff Recommendations

"If you are new to growing potatoes, I'd suggest getting blight-resistant varieties. They are the most robust varieties, no variety comes with a 100% guarantee but these are pretty good. Colleen is my preferred 1st early; Ambo is a great second early, and Sarpo Una comes with really good Blight resistance. We have a selection of red and blue fleshed varieties, but Heidi Red and Blue Annalise have by far the best blight resistance."
Andrew Skea
"The different colours are worth trying - you certainly don't see these in the supermarkets! The taste and colours definitely give a wow factor on your plate. If you have kids, growing your own food with them is a great way to encourage eating food that looks a bit different. Some studies suggest that there may be more vitamins in the blue varieties, certainly eating a rainbow is good for you. Perfect for gardens and allotments."
Amy Skea

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