Released in 1948 at the Maine Agricultural Experiment Station, 'Kennebec' is well known for its culinary quality and adaptability to various growing conditions. Because the spuds' tender skins bruise too easily for long-distance shipping, this disease-resistant, sturdy variety is perfect for home gardens. Oblong white-skinned tubers mature in late season (over 90 days) in a variety of sizes, with thin skins and moist, sweet white flesh. Their rich, satisfying texture makes a simple, perfect meal (pop one in the microwave for a quick lunch). Cutting into a Kennebec's steamy tender skin to enjoy its tender flesh and fluffy texture is one of a busy day's little indulgences. No Express or Priority delivery. A street address is required for delivery (cannot ship to post office box).
What's true for any vegetable, that store-bought just doesn't compare, is true in spades for Potatoes. The tender skin, pure aroma, and flavor of freshly dug spuds are unlike any you've experienced before. Potatoes beginning shipping in early to mid-March (weather permitting). Typical yields are 6-10lb per 10 minitubers. For information on growing Potatoes, click "Growing Guide."
Every state has agricultural regulations that restrict the shipment of certain plants. We are sorry, but we cannot ship this item to the following states: ME, MT, NE.