Vegetables Potatoes
Potatoes
Potatoes
Johnny's sells Maine Certified Seed Potatoes. The process of seed potato certification involves field inspections throughout the growing season, to check for disease and to ensure that varieties are true to type, as well as a winter grow-out of the seed, to screen for disease contamination. Our organic seed potatoes are — in addition to the above — produced under certified-organic growing methods. See our Potato Varieties Comparison Chart to review size, shape, skin and flesh color, storability, and culinary use.
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Yellow-flesh standard.
Yellow-flesh standard.
Early Midseason
Productive and early red-skin variety, selected for richer skin color.
Productive and early red-skin variety.
Early
Deep purple skin with solid purple flesh that holds color when cooked.
Deep purple skin with solid purple flesh.
Early Midseason
Excellent all-purpose potato in a widely-adapted variety.
Excellent, all-purpose potato.
Midseason
Yellow-flesh standard.
Yellow-flesh standard.
Early Midseason
Purple-skinned fingerling with purple flesh that retains its color.
Purple-skinned fingerling with purple flesh.
Late Midseason
Productive and early red-skin variety, selected for richer skin color.
Productive and early redskin.
Early
Pink-skinned fingerling with bicolor flesh and gourmet-quality flavor.
Pink-skinned fingerling with bicolored flesh.
Late Midseason
Excellent all-purpose potato in a widely-adapted variety.
Excellent, all purpose potato.
Midseason
Best-eating early russet.
The best-eating early russet.
Midseason
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Best-known fingerling type with light-yellow skin and flesh.
Best-known fingerling type.
Late
Renowned for "new" potatoes; light-red skin and delicious yellow flesh.
Renowned for "new" potatoes.
Early
Specialty potato with red skin, yellow eyes, and outstanding flavor.
Specialty potato with outstanding flavor.
Late
Specialty variety with yellow skin, yellow flesh, and gourmet flavor.
Yellow skin, yellow flesh, gourmet flavor.
Midseason
An early standard, one of the first dug in our Maine-based trials.
An early standard.
Early
Vibrant red skin with creamy white flesh and excellent flavor.
Vibrant red skin with creamy white flesh.
Midseason
Best-known fingerling type with light-yellow skin and flesh.
Best-known fingerling type.
Late
Purple skin with yellow flesh and outstanding flavor.
Purple skin with yellow flesh.
Midseason
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