Albert Bartlett Seed Potato Osprey Growing Chart
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Albert Bartlett Seed Potato Osprey
- 1kg seed potatoes for 30+ mature tubers
- Over 60 years UK farming heritage
- Perfect for growing in sacks or directly in beds
This versatile variety boasts potatoes with lovely beautiful smooth skin and pink eyes, ready to harvest from July from a March planting. Famed for its consistency and good looking tubers Osprey rewards you with big yields that are sure to impress you and dinner guests alike.
This second early variety is great to use for potato salads in summer. With a waxy consistency Osprey holds its shape on boiling or steaming. It even makes a suitable jacket potato for baking. An Albert Bartlett variety you can be sure love and attention has gone into sourcing your seed potatoes.
Grow your Osprey tubers in Gro-sacks, ideal for growing potatoes on patios or on the balcony or directly in the vegetable patch incorporating Pre Planting potato fertiliser to give your seed potatoes an initial boost of nutrients and goodness.
If you receive your seed potatoes before March place them individually in egg boxes and expose them to somewhere cool and light. This encourages the ‘eyes’ – the knobbly stem bases to become stubby and thick which then produce strong, thick stems once you plant them in sacks or in the soil in March.See Full Description +
- Quantity 1x 1kg Bag
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