Adirondack blue is a popular variety of Potato, which belongs to the Solanum genus (Solanum tuberosum 'Adirondack blue'). 'Adirondack blue' is considered a hybrid cultivar. Leaves appear approximately as a Dark spring green colour.
Adirondack Blue, formerly known as S45-5
Parentage: N40-1 (Chieftain x Black Russian) x NY96
Breeder/Agency: Walter De Jong, Cornell University
Lots of antioxidants (especially in the skin). Makes great baked potatoes, soft and fluffy – and baking preserves the blue color. Boiled/mashed, they’re still blue but not as vibrant.Adirondack blue grows as a Perennial and is a Vegetable. Being a Perennial, it tends to grow best over several years (approx 3 years and greater). Adirondack blue is known for growing to a height of approximately 3.90 feet (that's 1.20 metres in metric) with a stemless-like habit.
United States is believed to be where Adirondack blue originates from.
As Adirondack blue Potato is a low maintanence plant, it is great for beginner gardeners and those that like gardens that don't need much overseeing.
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How to grow Potato 'Adirondack blue'
Growing Adirondack blue from seed
By our calculations, you should look at sowing Adirondack blue about 14 days before your last frost date.
Transplanting Adirondack blue
Harvesting Adirondack blue
Potato 'Adirondack blue' information
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Bred at Cornell U.
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