Category: Sweet Potato

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Sweet Potato T65 X5 Slips

Attractive And Delicious Tubers; Red-skinned With White Flesh, Variety T65 Is A Vigorous And Reliable And Well Suited To Growing In A Cooler Climate. It’s A Great Source Of Vitamins And Minerals.crops From An Attractive Climbing Plant With Ornamental Heart-shaped Leaves And Morning-glory Flowers, So Is Good For Decorating The Vegetable Plot While Waiting For Ample Harvests.delivered To You As 5 ‘slips’ – Young Plants Developed From The Potato Tubers, Ready To Form A Healthy-root System Once Planted.they Revive Well From Delivery If You Place The Slips In Water Overnight.the Following Day Pot Them Up With Multi-purpose Compost In Individual Containers Covering The Stems Right Up To The Base Of The Leaves. Grow Them On In Pots For Up To A Month, Or Overwinter, In Frost-free Conditions, If Possible In A Humid Environment, So They Develop A Strong Network Of Roots. transplant Into Bigger Container Or Soil (preferably In Greenhouse Borders) In Mid-spring, Once Risk Of Frosts Has Passed.although They Are Tender Vegetables, They Are Less Fussy About What Soil Acidity They Are Planted In; Just Ensure That It’s A Fertile, Free-draining Soil In A Sunny Site (21-26°c).harvest When Leaves Yellow And Wither In Mid- To Late Summer 

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Sweet Potato Carolina Ruby X5 Slips

Proven Vigorous In Recent Trials, This Variety Reliably Produces Potatoes Of Rich Dark Orange Flesh With A Contrasting Dark Skin.crops From An Attractive Climbing Plant With Ornamental Heart-shaped Leaves And Morning-glory Flowers, So Is Good For Decorating The Vegetable Plot While Waiting For Ample Harvests.delivered To You As 5 ‘slips’ – Young Plants Developed From The Potato Tubers, Ready To Form A Healthy-root System Once Planted.they Revive Well From Delivery If You Place The Slips In Water Overnight.the Following Day Pot Them Up With Multi-purpose Compost In Individual Containers Covering The Stems Right Up To The Base Of The Leaves. Grow Them On In Pots For Up To A Month, Or Overwinter, In Frost-free Conditions, If Possible In A Humid Environment, So They Develop A Strong Network Of Roots. transplant Into Bigger Container Or Soil (preferably In Greenhouse Borders) In Mid-spring, Once Risk Of Frosts Has Passed.although They Are Tender Vegetables, They Are Less Fussy About What Soil Acidity They Are Planted In; Just Ensure That It’s A Fertile, Free-draining Soil In A Sunny Site (21-26°c).harvest When Leaves Yellow And Wither In Mid- To Late Summer