Northamptonshire, United Kingdom
I cant understand why Pink Fir Apple Potatoes are keeping so well this year. Here it is, end of June, and I am still eating them. Even the bits that broke off have dried by themselves and are perfect. In previous years this variety have been going rotten by March. I always store them in cardboard boxes, covered with newspaper,
in the same place at the back of a shelf in a brick-built shed. The freeze-ups dont affect my stored crop. They are a prolific variety that mature in September. Last year I grew too many Potatoes. Thought I would have to throw the Pink Fir Apple crop away early in the year. However, they are still with me and being enjoyed daily.
- 29 Jun, 2012