Thursday, 17 July 2014 | Michael
I have grown Charlotte very successfully in bags and raised beds for Christmas harvest. However, I would suggest that the bag method is preferable as it allows the crop to be moved into the greenhouse when the weather declines. Charlotte is a fine potato but can boil down if allowed to get too large. This is more of a problem with spring planting when the crop is left in the ground too long. Late summer /autumn planting usually does not produce very large tubers making Charlotte my preferred choice.
Tuesday, 11 March 2014 | Rosanna
Tried these as new crop 2013 on recommendation of review. Were easy to grow, harvested a bumper crop and stores well - still using now. Will buy again this year.
Wednesday, 5 March 2014 | Jan
Disease resistance and good tasting reliable crops.
Looks great, tastes great
Tuesday, 4 March 2014 | Cindi
Grow with a bit of protection from cabbage whites and you will be rewarded with a really excellent Superfood crop! We love it with Pan-fried duck breast, mash and roasted butternut squash. Yum!