Seed Potatoes in Stock
Here at Parkhill Garden Centre we stock a huge range of seed potatoes. No two potatoes are the same - read our guide below and discover the huge variety! Find out which is best for roasting, which are best for salads, those preferred by celebrity chefs, and those which have even won awards.
Very early variety with high dry matter. Dig early for lovely salad potatoes or mature for great bakers.
Very early traditional potato, bred on the Isle of Arran and the most popular variety in the UK in the 1930s. Excellent yield and flavour.
Belle De Fontenay
This attractive maincrop variety produces beautiful, long, pale yellow tubers with a firm, waxy texture that is delicious boiled or steamed.
Bright skin finish with red splash around shallow eyes. Bonnie potatoes bake well with good taste-test results.
Relatively new variety. Great skin finish making it a good candidate for the show bench. Makes very good chips.
Has a good resistance to potato blight so is good to grow organically. Excellent all-rounder with light yellow skin and yellow flesh. Good pest resistance.
Duke of York
Traditional early variety, harvest when young for a rich sweet flavour or leave to mature for a floury texture. Makes excellent baked potato.
Traditionally known as 'Ayrshire Earlies'. A very good taste and texture. Recovers well from late frosts.
Foremost remains popular as a new potato with slightly waxy, firm white flesh and an excellent flavour.
Very popular heritage variety. Offers high yields of great tasting potatoes.
Very early salad type with high yields, good taste and nice bright skin finish. Grown commercially in Cornwall and Pembrokeshire.
First early variety that bulks early. It is high yielding and has high potato numbers.
First early variety with good eelworm (golden) resistance . Very bright with a mild flavour.
Red Duke of York
A traditional red-skinned variety with a yellow flesh. Makes excellent roasts.
Recent variety, throws a large number of round whole potatoes. Early variety with good disease resistance.
Great tasting variety bred in Lincolnshire in 1901. This first early has a bright white flesh with a smooth skin. A favourite of gardener Percy Thrower.
Exceptionally early variety which produces lots of small round potatoes. It has partial resistance to both golden and white eelworm.
An early variety that produces large potatoes and has very good drought resistance.
Enjoy high yields of pale yellow tubers which won't disintegrate on boiling and maintain their superb taste whether eaten hot or cold. This second early potato also shows good resistance to golden eelworm and blackleg
A second early with a very striking appearance. Scrubbed and cooked whole Apache makes a delicious change from other roasts. The contrasting colours stay bright if blanched before roasting.
Very popular in Ireland. It has a high dry matter with a floury texture and good flavour.
Distinctive kidney-shaped potato with splashes of purple around the eyes. The yellow flesh has a good strong flavour. A vigorous variety with good yields.
Good yielding variety with very bright skin and flesh. It has a fluffy texture making fantastic chip shop chips and great mash and roasts too. It has good resistance to eelworm.
Very popular variety with farmers. Large yields with early bulking properties and good drought resistance.
High yielding variety producing lots of small round potatoes. Bred from Maris Peer which gives it an excellent flavour.
An American russet style second early. Innovator is famous for it's french fries because of it's pale yellow flesh and creamy texture. It is also a versatile variety which can be baked, mashed or roasted with great results.
Attractive whole skins with purple eyes. Makes excellent chips and roast potatoes. Good resistance to blackleg and slug damage.
Very popular with farmers due to its ability to produce baking potatoes very early. Good bright skin finish and a nice flavour.
Popular second early potatoes with a very good flavour. Are good as salad potatoes. Plant produces large clusters of pretty purple flowers.
Smooth yellow skin and yellow flesh color. Milva has good disease resistances and little problems with internal and external tuber defects
Exceptionally high yielding variety with bright white skins and a good entry for the show bench.
Beautiful steamed (hold shape very well) and delicious roasted. Certainly makes for a very colourful plate. Only tricky thing is locating the blighters when digging
Grown widely in Cyprus and imported to the UK supermarkets. A white/yellow fleshed variety with a waxy texture making it a good candidate for a tasty potato salad.
A high yielding variety with a russetted skin. Will grow successfully in any type of soil and makes very nice tasting mash, baked and boiled potatoes.
A salad with a distinctive flavour. Unique in the UK potato market. Anya has a distinctive chestnut and hazelnut flavour with a firm texture and knobbly appearance. Award winner.
A must have in the garden for a early salad potato crop. Very attractive long potato with an unbeatable creamy flavour straight from the garden to the pot!
Exceptionally good eating salad potato straight from the garden.
A great new salad variety, just bursting with flavour. Produces lots and lots of small potatoes.
High yielding salad crop with a bright yellow flesh. Makes a very tasty salad potato with a waxy texture.
Pink Fir Apple
Popular in Victorian kitchen gardens this knobbly salad potato has an unrivalled nutty flavour. Cooking with the the skin on will retain it's pink skin colour.
Delicious nutty taste like chestnuts, prized in France for its flavour for over 70 years
Big-yielding variety with an attractive skin. Good resistance to blight and is good for long term storing. Plenty of size and is a good one to grow for a baker crop.
The most popular red-skinned variety in the UK giving great crops of large potatoes. Regularly seen on TV being used by celebrity chefs.A good culinary potato which boils well and has a delicious smooth texture.
Elfe is a distinctive, yellow potato with a smooth buttery taste. A new variety, Elfe tastes great boiled or baked and makes perfect mash.
Short oval red tubers with white flesh, medium-resistant to late blight, stem nematode, common scab and bacterial diseases.
A traditional, heritage variety with a russet skin and a golden colour. Excellent roasted, baked or fried but not boiled.
Isle of Jura
High yielding maincrop, good for long term storage. Isle of Jura is a great-tasting variety which also has excellent disease resistance. With lovely cream-coloured flesh it looks and tastes fantastic whether bakes, boiled, mashed or roasted.
A favourite in Ireland with an unusual pale pink skin with darker pink eyes. It is a robust plant, producing a large crop of bold tasty potatoes.
A well known favourite in the potato world. Attractive white skins with bright splashes of red. Makes the ideal roasts and baked potatoes but is also good boiled with a strong, aromatic flavour.
A very popular variety in war-time Britain. It produces lots of potatoes with plenty of size.
Probably the best known potato in Britain and one of the most versatile with an attractive plant with purple flowers. The potatoes taste great as chips, mash, roasts or simply boiled.
Mayan Gold originated from the foothills of the Andes of Peru. It is a golden coloured potato with a nutty flavour proving to be an exceptional variety for chips and roasting - a favourite gourmet potato with the chefs. Due to Mayan Gold's delicate nature it should be steamed and not boiled.
Attractive red skin with yellow eyes and flesh. High-yielding crop with good disease resistance makes ideal mash, roasts and wedges.
Excellent second early all rounder. Grown from the Kestrel variety, Osprey is famous for it's consistency and appearance. It is characterised by a beautiful smooth skin and shallow pink eyes. Grows consistently well.
Bred near to the Pentland hills outside Edinburgh this variety produces large crops of bold potatoes. It has a good resistance to scab which can be unsightly on the potato skins.
Bred from Cara but reaches maturity up to 3 weeks earlier. Great tasting variety with good disease resistance. Makes nice roasts and mash.
Be the envy of the show bench with these attractive potatoes. Early maincrop with great disease resistance. Excellent flavour.
Was the number 1 crisping variety in the UK before paler crisps became more favourable. A very old and rare variety. Makes great mash, chips and roasts.
Rooster potatoes have a deep red skin and shallow eyes. The flesh has a lovely smooth texture and it tastes as good as it looks.
A pale red tuber with a fluffy texture renowned for it's excellent resistance to blight.
A tasty red-skinned variety that produces lots of bold potatoes. Very good grown in soils that dry out quickly as it has good drought resistance.
Attractive dual-coloured potato with excellent eating qualities. Great for mash, roasts and wedges. Good resistance to disease and ideal for the show bench.
An all-rounder that cooks every way and tastes great with the added bonus of having good disease resistance.
Very versatile second early, with a unique texture. Vivaldi has a sweet taste, making them an ideal baked potato without any added butter! A healthy choice, Vivaldi is perfect for mashing, steaming or baking. Award winner.