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Sweet Potato Plant 'Beauregard'

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Ipomoea batatas 'Beauregard'

  • Orange variety.
  • Prefers to be grown under protection.
  • Likes the sun and free drained soil.

Supplied as a pot grown plant grown in a 7cm pot.

Available from mid May NEXT YEAR

GBP1 or more £3.95 each
Currently Not Available to Buy

This delicious orange variety of sweet potato is well worth growing, but given the UK climate is always best grown under protection or in a particularly sheltered and sunny spot. High yielding variety that stores well, the sweet potatoes tend to be long and of a good size with a reddish purple skin and deep orange flesh and full of Vitamin C.

Orginates from the Louisiana State University in 1987 by Larry Rolston. Apparently it saved the Louisiana sweet potato market when it was developed because of it' high yield and disease resistance, making it a very popular variety!

In order to get the maximum yield it is suggested to plant them into the open ground, but we have successfully grown these here at the nursery in large tubs so that they can be kept indoors and in a warmer environment.

Delicious boiled, mashed, roasted or as chips.

  • Grow under protection (greenhouse, poly tunnel or similar) for best results.
  • Like a sunny position.
  • Need well drained soil.
  • Plant 12 - 18" (30 cm - 45 cm) apart.
  • Take 90-120 days to harvest (when leaves start to turn yellow or just before first outdoor frosts).

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