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Grow Your Own Popular and Specialty Potatoes with Jersey Plants Direct!

Looking to grow your own seed potatoes this spring?  Jersey Plants Direct  have a fantastic range of first and second early, main crop and speciality potatoes! We have extended our range this year to provide you with a wider choice of potatoes.  Just like last year all of our seed potatoes are graded and certified to the highest standard and are of the highest quality available.   They also come in fantastic value packs and are so easy to grow.  Not much space – do not worry – our potatoes are perfect for growing in our handy patio planters!

Smile second early potatoes - 1kg of seed potatoes for £3.99 each

Smile second early potatoes - 1kg of seed potatoes for £3.99 each

Our potatoes are available in a range of sizes – 1kg, 2kg and starter kits.  So whether you are new to growing your own potatoes, just growing potatoes for yourself or looking to feed a large family and all your friends we have the perfect pack of seed potatoes for you.  Starter kits are perfect  when you are short of space – the planters are easy to move and move if frost is forecast – therefore making it easy to protect your precious crops.   We will provide you with a 1kg pack of your favourite potatoes and 3 handy patio planters – a great way to get started with Growing Your Own Potatoes. 

What do you like to do with your potatoes – bake, boil or chip?  Whatever your preference we have just the potato for you.  Each potato is different and has a range of culinary abilities, look below at what will bring out the best in your potatoes!

Don’t know the difference between first earlies and maincrop, then look no further we can help you choose the perfect potatoes for you.   The terms first earlies,second earliesand maincrop potatoes refer to how long it will be before you can harvest the potatoes.  As a guide if you planted in mid march, first earlies would be ready to harvest within 10-12 weeks, second earlies would be ready to harvest within 12-14 weeks and maincrops within 15-20 weeks.  

Take a look at our truly special selection of extra-ordinarypotatoes if you are looking for something a little bit different.
Why not try the Pink Fir Apple potato -  the Winner of the RHS Award of Garden Merit.  A lovely heritage variety of potato with long knobbly tubers that are perfect for eating as chunky chips or in their skins.

Still unable to decide which pack of potatoes to choose – why not try our special Taster Pack .  This pack is perfect for those of you wanting potatoes throughout the summer.   Our taster pack contains a mix of  first and second earlies and maincrop potatoes  – fantastic value and a great way to try 4 fantastic varieties in a pack PLUS 4 patio planters all for just £15.99!    This taster pack comes with a recommendation from Sherie Plumb.  Sherie won the World Potato Championship with potatoes that included these four varieties at the Dundee Flower Show this year. 

Our Potato Planters are perfect for small gardens, patios and balconies. The planters are made of woven polypropylene and will each hold 3 seed potatoes. They can easily be moved with their handles and flat, ventilated base. They are ideal for carrying garden waste or growing many other types of fruit and vegetables, why not try strawberries or tomatoes!
We think our range of potatoes is second to none – why not leave your comment telling us what you think about our selection and let us know which varieties you are going to grow this spring.


4 Comments on "Grow Your Own Popular and Specialty Potatoes with Jersey Plants Direct!"

  1. Jersey gardener on Tue, 3rd Jul 2012 7:10 pm 

    Dear Anthony,

    Many thanks for your query.

    Unfortunately, we do not ship any of our products to addresses outside of the UK or the Channel Islands at present. Therefore, I’m sorry to say that we can’t help you on this occasion. We are always looking at ways to extend and improve our services, so this may be something we can offer in the future.

    Best regards,

    Jersey Gardener

  2. Donald Harrison on Thu, 16th Aug 2012 11:54 am 

    I have not been very successful with my potatoes this year. Someone has told me that it is because I planted them in the same site as I used last yeaar and that potatoes should not be planted in the same ground every year. Could you tell me if this is correct please?

  3. Jersey gardener on Fri, 17th Aug 2012 9:19 am 

    Hi Donald,

    Thank you for your comment. You’re correct, you should really leave potatoes between 2-3 seasons before planting them in the same ground. If you don’t have the space grow bags or containers are a great alternative place to plant potatoes – good luck for next season!

    Jersey Plants.

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