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Home Fingerling Potatoes

The farm and all the products that it produces are certified organic by the Kootenay Local Agricultural Society under the Kootenay Mountain Grown program.

For more details on this please go to:

www.klasociety.org

www.kootenaymountaingrown.org

© 2011 - 2012 Jeremy Lack - Pages 38 - Revision 13 - Revision date 12/28/2012 1:26:42 PM

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Name

Description

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Corne de Mouton

M

S

Fingerling


Yellowish-tan smooth skin and light yellow flesh. Prolific yields of fingerlings to 10" weighing 3-7 ounces. Aside from excellent salad qualities, they are delicious simply boiled, steamed, or roasted. A high yielding fingerling, mid-season variety.

$5.95

10 tubers


Crotte D’our

L

S

Fingerling


Also known as Blue Fingerling because of it’s shape, this heirloom potato from Quebec (1850’s) is very firm fleshed, dense potato with good flavour and storage. We eat our last ones in November 2010 from a September 2009 harvest.

$5.95

5 tubers


La Ratte

M / L

Fingerling

Discovered in the Swiss Alps by French Farmer Jean Pierre Clot, the La Ratte fingerling has a rich and chest-nutty flavour and has long been a favourite of fine chefs. Wonderfully smooth and creamy when pureed yet maintains a firm texture when cooked. Mid to late season variety.

$5.95

10 tubers


Russian Banana

M

Fingerling


The superstar of the fingerlings and the easiest to grow. Developed in the Baltic Region of Europe/Asia and heralded as excellent for salads, it is a favourite among chefs and gourmet markets. Yellow, banana-shaped, waxy-type tubers with firm texture that have wonderful flavour baked, boiled and steamed. Mid-season variety.

$5.95

10 tubers


Slovenian Crescent

E

Fingerling


A very nice crescent shaped fingerling that through nine years of selection in now our earliest potato. In 2010 we harvested our first plants in July from an mid April planting.  Very prolific.

$5.95

10 tubers


French Fingerling

M / L

S

Fingerling

Not in 2012 catalogue

Rose-pink skin and creamy yellow flesh splashed with pink make this variety as beautiful as it is delicious. Larger and thicker than other fingerling types, with an outstanding nutty flavor—this variety is perfect for any preparation. Thin delicate skin doesn’t need to be peeled to use in any of your favorite recipes—try them baked, boiled, fried, mashed, in salad or for cooking—you can’t miss. Resistant to scab.

$5.95

10 tubers



Fingerling Potatoes

Season:  E = Early    M = Mid season   L = Late season

Storage: S = Very good storage potato

Pink Fir Apple Fingerling Potato being dug - Not available in 2012

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