Favoured by chefs as the firm creamy fleshed tubers retain their colour and have a superb flavour but do not disintegrate.
Uses: boiling, chips, baking.
Posted by Patricia Kelly on 7th Nov 2012
This was my first time growing Maris Peer potatoes. Definitely not the last time. I planted a number of seed potatos throughout August to mid-September. I was seeing little green shoots peeping through the soil of my raised bed within a week! After 10 weeks exactly, I started to harvest my crop. Wow! So many potatoes from just a handful of seed potatoes. They are delicious; they don't fall apart when cooking. I can't wait to try these again - I'll just grow alot more of them this time
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