It's always and exciting time of year when our seed potatoes come into stock, Christmas is over and hopefully spring is just around the corner. We still sell our seed potatoes loose so you get a good look at what you are buying and of course you can buy as many or as few as you wish. All of the varieties below are available in 25kg bags as well as loose. There are literally hundreds of varieties of seed potato. If you don't see the variety you are looking for in our list below please give us a call on 01308 422654, message us below or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to source it for you.
Great for early cropping often making fantastic new potatoes. These tend to be harvested in June.
The most popular garden variety in the UK. A firm early scraper with fine flavour, which does not discolour.
Grown to Soil Association organic standards. They show good natural resistance to scab and blight. They are great for baking and chips and have an above average yield with waxy flesh.
Duke of York
Duke of York has legendary flavour as a firm early scraper but it also matures gracefully to a well flavoured, general purpose, slightly floury potato.
Tried and tested early scraper. Originally known as Sutton's Foremost. Good flavoured. Firm with little discolouration when cooked. This is the epitome of British Earlies.
Heritage early scraper introduced during World War 2. A gardener's favourite to this day. General purpose potato which is at its best for boiling very early in the season. White, short oval tubers
Quick to mature showing great resistance to scab. Maris Bard are a great boiler best used straight from the ground.
A lovely soft waxy new potato which is ideal for boiling. They are heavy cropping and a ready slightly later than most first earlies and show great resistance to scab & backleg
Modern disease resistant early scraper. Very early and high yielding. Good flavoured. Fairly firm with no discolouration.
Modern disease resistant early scraper. Very early. Compact variety making them great for pot or container growing or for growing under glass or polythene.
Harvest these early and you get lovely new potatoes, leave them in the ground for the skin to set and you get potatoes you can store a bit longer. Harvest July.
An excellent new potato with a firm, mealy texture and a pleasing flavour. White skin, Cream flesh, Oval tubers.
A very high yielding early bulking variety, which produced attractive tubers. Pale Yellow Skin, Pale Yellow Flesh Oval Tubers. Good chipper
Modern disease resistant potato with well above average flavour, good yields and top exhibition appearance. Slug resistant. Top flavour. Medium firm with no discolouration. Matures gracefully to be general purpose, summer chipper and baker. Skin is white with bonny blue eyes. Flesh white to cream. Long oval.
This high yielding variety produces large uniform tubers. Good drought resistance. Yellow skin, Pale yellow flesh, Tubers oval.
White ‘show bench winner’ Attractive shape with shallow eyes. Big crops. Stores well.
Good for Boiling, Mashing and Baking.
Tried and tested boiling/general purpose potato. The British gardener's favourite second early. High yields of large tubers. Stays very firm when cooked with no discolouration.
These are your keepers. Leave them in the ground for the skin to set and you can eat your own potatoes into the autumn and winter. Harvest August.
A popular high yielding variety which produces large attractive tubers. Parti-coloured skin, Cream flesh, Short oval tubers. Good all round cooker especially for baking. High yield and exceptional disease resistance. The allotment choice.
Tried and tested boiling/general purpose potato. The world and Britain's favourite red. Drought resistant. Firm with little discolouration. Strong flavour and suitable for a wide range of uses. The TV chef's favourite.
Heritage general-purpose potato. England's best known potato. Some say the best roaster ever. Moderately firm. Excellent flavour and texture, suitable for a wide range of uses.
Tried and tested general-purpose potato. Britain's dominant field variety. Some say the best chipper ever. Excellent flavour and texture, suitable for a wide range of uses. Floury and not the easiest to boil but excels otherwise. Chips!
New to Groves for 2017. Mayan Gold are yellow skinned, long, oval, tubers with a deep golden flesh, a unique nutty flavour, and an extremely creamy, yet dry texture. They are fantastic for chips and roast potatoes with a crispy texture and fluffy centres.
Hungarian bred variety, selected for its exceptionally high resistance to Blight. Firm texture, ideal for boiling and mashing.
Modern disease resistant variety. Picasso has huge yields of extremely pretty tubers. Very uniform and keeps well. Mild flavour and good firm texture, suitable for a wide range of uses. Skin is white with stunning red eyes. Flesh is cream, oval.
Fresh from the ground...Dig them up, wash them off and put them in the pan. Great with nothing more than butter and maybe some mint leaves. Nothing beats a home grown salad potato. Ideal for growing in containers.
A popular salad variety with exceptional cooking qualities. Yellow Skin, Yellow Flesh, Tubers long oval. Lovely eaten hot or cold. Used as a yardstick in taste tests.
Heritage salad - a classic of English cuisine. Harvested early they are small, mild and waxy. Left to mature they become large and even floury! When grown on Jersey they are trademarked "Jersey Royals". Great hot or cold, sliced, diced or whole in early summer.
Long oval tubers with a golden yellow skin, perfect for boiling and adding to salads. They are resistant to root knot nematode, scab, potato leaf roll virus and are also resistant to bruising.
Pink Fir Apple
Unusual variety with a very distinctive flavour. Excellent in winter salads. Yellow skin, Cream flesh, Long oval tubers with a distinctive shape. Best boiled in the skin.