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Solanum tuberosum 'Nicola'
Salad Potato 'Nicola' - 10 tubers

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£3.99 0880000089 Category: Plants > Seed Potatoes
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Solanum tuberosum Nicola is a relatively new Dutch variety producing a bumper crop of oval spuds with smooth skins and a firm, slightly waxy texture and a mouth-watering buttery flavour. They are a very versatile potato, perfect for boiling, mashing, baking and adding to salads.

Pack contains 10 tubers.

First earlies and second earlies perform better, producing healthy, less diseased crops if chitted before planting. Chitting encourages strong shoots which speeds up the growth once in the ground. Place your seed spuds in an egg or seed tray in a cool, dry, frost free location out of direct sunlight. The new shoots will appear from one end, this is the so called rose or stubs end, orientate so the rose end is pointing upwards. When chunky, chits reach approx. Plant 25mm (1 inch) apart out in the ground or in a large container.

Plant outside from Mid March onwards and harvest after 13 weeks.

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Botanical name Solanum tuberosum
British nursery grown Y
Common name Salad Potato 'Nicola'
Drought resistance N
Flowering time Summer
Foliage Deciduous
Foliage colour Green
Fragrance N
Habit Bushy
Pack quantity 10 tubers
Plant type Salad Potatoes
Season of interest Summer
Time to maturity 1 - 2 years
Ultimate height 0.1m - 0.5m
Ultimate spread 0.1m - 0.5m
Use Ideal in a salad, for mashing, boling, or roasting

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