kennebec potatoes! The "Kennebec" potato is making quite an imprint on the culinary world... potato-wise. The days of 'just use any old potato' for french fries are gone, and finer restaurants are switching over to the Kennebec for a variety of reasons and for many kinds of dishes. Perennial in Zones 3 - 9.
Excellent, all purpose potato. Widely adapted, fast growing plants do best when planted at 8-10" spacing to avoid overly-large tubers. High yields of round to oblong tubers that store well, with buff skin and white flesh. Resistant to potato virus A and potato virus Y; moderate resistance to potato virus S, potato virus X, blackleg, and foliage late blight. Organically grown.
A Potato Adventure!Plus the Cubit's Giveaway Winner announced
SEED POTATOES! And many, MANY varieties of them! I’ve been wanting to grow Kennebec potatoes for a year now. If you don’t know what Kennebec’s are, you aren’t the potato nerds I thought you were. Basically they’re the perfect potato according to a lot of restauranteurs. Perfect for french fries, perfect for mashed, perfect for just about anything.