We grow this as a new potato, but it is versatile to be an early general variety. Bright white flesh and a succulent texture that seems to hold for a long time. Bred in the 1960s and for those wanting the traditional taste of a new potato then look no further.
This is the best salad potato around and very popular in France where it came from A very waxy variety that you want more of. Best boiled to enjoy the sweet aromatic flavour. The flesh is yellow and sometimes has a natural red colouring.
You have heard of King Edward. Well this one is the same in every respect other than the skin is 95% red. I think it’s better than King Edward. The plant is stronger and the soil at Lodge farm really does bring out the famous quality. This is our mid-winter Christmas potato.
In my view the best tasting potato introduced since 1960s. It usually makes larger tubers and we aim to grow ours very large. The taste is reminiscent of Victorian potatoes, but what makes Kestrel so special is its ability to excel in all cooking purposes. We offer this as our mid-winter potato when Kestrel is still vibrant.
Simply a good all-rounder with yellow flesh and a yellow russet skin. We will offer this early in the season autumn / early winter when it’s at its best, so you get the fresh young taste of this lovely potato.
A part purple skin with yellow flesh. This is a superb rich tasty variety that excels in all cooking purposes. This stock is exclusive to Wilson’s Wonders having been propagated back from virus tested stem cuttings.
The original red fleshed potato? Striking red flesh that does not disappear on cooking. Enjoy these as a baked potato for Halloween or as part of a Valentines meal. Makes great crisps and chips! This stock is exclusive to Wilson’s Wonders having been propagated back from virus tested stem cuttings.
From Charles Spence of Dunbar in Scotland comes this 1936 introduced classic eating potato. Distinctive nutty taste and best used late in the season baked or roasted. This stock is exclusive to Wilson’s Wonders having been propagated back from virus tested stem cuttings.
Potatoes were once so much part of the UK culture that the breeder Donald McKelvie named this to celebrate the end of WW1. The purple skinned potato has bright white flesh, strong taste and great reputation. This stock is exclusive to Wilson’s Wonders having been propagated back from virus tested stem cuttings.