Seed Potatoes have arrived and are ready for collection. They can then be chitted and planted in late March early April assuming that the soil will be warm enough then. The following varieties of seed potato are available:•Lady Christl•Nicola•Desiree•CHARLOTTE has SOLD OUT (apart from pre-orders)We have good stocks of fleece, bubble wrap and Mypex (two widths) to protect plants and soil over the winter. Remember the dry fertilisers that come in 1kg and 3kg bags are very competitive prices compared to garden centres.Suzanne Holroyd
The HUT - Updates
Buy your seed potatoes, onion sets, shallots and broad beans from the Hut. This year we have four potato varieties to choose from: Lady Christl, a first early; Charlotte, a second early and salad potato; Nicola, a good flavoured new/salad potato and Romano, a maincrop potato. They are grown by Scottish farmers and are virus free. We sell them by the tuber, so you can buy the number you require. The onion set varieties on order are: Hercules, Stuttgart and Red Baron. The shallots are Golden Gourmet. The broad beans are the hardy Aquadulce. For more information about these varieties please visit our website or come to the Hut on Sunday mornings from 10am to 12noon. Email any queries to: email@example.comLyn Davies
The Emsworth Horticultural Society
NicolaWonderful taste, one of the best new potatoesExcellent boiled and served hot or cold in salads. Waxy texture.Heavy yielding, stores well through summerOne of Sarah Raven’s favouritesPlant April/May, harvest June/July Or One of the best potatoes for summer planting – refrigerate until mid-summer to stop sprouting and then plant. Harvest from mid-October onwards.