Fantastic floury texture & flavour.
British Queens was recently awarded the Award of Garden Merit (AGM) by the Royal Horticultural Society. It Is a second early with high yields and delicious flavour, ideal for general cooking – especially chipping, baking and roasting. Oval tubers with white skin, snowy white floury flesh and shallow eyes. Bred in Scotland in 1894 it quickly became Britain’s most popular second early and provided part of the staple diet throughout the two World Wars. Yields for this heritage variety are surprisingly high.
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Plant by: March/April
Harvest by: July/August
Type: Second Earlies