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Grow potatoes from your own garden or patio, no matter how small it is. Using this 3 pot solution, if you plant your first crop early enough, you will be able to get a second, and possibly even a third crop under way so that you have fresh home grown potatoes for 9 months of the year.Eliminate the need for digging. When the crop is ready, you can either remove a few potatoes at a time, or simply tip the whole thing out, bag up your fresh new spuds, and store them in a dark cool place to use as needed.
This product requires no assembly.
Potato Growing Kit Plus PotatoesThe complete set includes everything listed above with the addition of a pack of seeder potatoes. These traditional varieties feature excellent distinctive flavour, and are great boiled, mashed, and in salads. This complete set offers everything needed to start growing your own today.
Dimensions:H 45cm(18") x W 35cm (14")Capacity 45L (5 Tuber Potatoes)
"perfect for patio vegetables"
Reviewed Thursday, 23 June 2016
Reviewed Tuesday, 9 June 2015
Reviewed Tuesday, 15 April 2014
"2 out of 3 of them ripped straight away. Had to be thrown away."
Reviewed Thursday, 6 March 2014
"very pleased with the product they look well made and are looking forword to useing them ."
Reviewed Wednesday, 25 January 2012
"Good quick service."
Reviewed Friday, 13 January 2012
"Excellent pack of 3 potatoe sacks - strong and simple to move around."
Reviewed Wednesday, 13 April 2011
"The growing bags are robust and a good size. They arrived quickly. I look forward to harvesting the results!"
Reviewed Sunday, 10 April 2011
"Very sturdy product just the right size for us, well packed and delivery time was first class would by this product again.
Reviewed Thursday, 31 March 2011
"very pleased with what I see, can tell you better when we have our first new potatoes.
Reviewed Wednesday, 23 March 2011