Posted by shiny on December 12, 2019 at 21:32 and edited at December 14, 2019 at 07:58


I had some Urenika Taewa Potato and Stewart island potato already sprouting at the end of last summer - and instead of leaving these rare potatoes to rot, I put them into the soil They're both known to grow in the cold south, so they should have been okay in Poneke winter.

They've gone a year, and they're alive - don't see to have much tubers. This is probably a reasonable way to store potatoes when i can't grow a whole crop.