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Christmas Potato Seed - Charlotte - 1kg Pack

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Christmas Seed Potatoes

Charlotte is now the most popular salad potato in the UK and has been chosen by WHICH GARDENING magazine as the best tasting salad variety available. In an independant survey Charlotte beat Vivaldi, Belle De Fontenay and many others.

Tubers of Charlotte are long with a yellow skin and firm yellow waxy flesh that make it a superb salad potato.

Cooking qualities are excellent and the potatoes are full of flavour.

Very good resistance to foliage and tuber blight.

Charlotte is a popular variety for planting in August and harvesting before Christmas.

Pack of 1kg potato tubers

  • enough for a 10ft row,
  • or 3 potato planters.
  • Delivery from mid-July

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Customer Reviews
Christmas Potato Seeds - Charlotte
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3 Reviews:

Potato Charlotte
Rating:
30 August 2015  |  Phil

Excellent seed potatoes only August and already growing superbly!


Charlotte potatoes
Rating:
04 August 2015  |  Iain

I have grown Charlotte potatoes for Xmas for a number of years with great success. They are a disease free waxy variety which is excellent to eat.


Potato - Charlotte
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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.