Norland Potato
Norland Potato
Norland Potato

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Norland Potato

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  • Early maturity is ideal for northern growers with shorter seasons, while compact nature is perfect for small gardens
  • Firm texture, small eyes and thin skins make peeling easy
  • Rich, earthy flavour ideal for boiling, roasting or mashing

How many plants do I need? Recommend spacing 20 cm.

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About Norland Potato

The Norland Potatoes waxy texture and rich, earthy flavour make them ideal for boiling, roasting, or mashing. Their early maturity ensures a timely harvest, making them a popular choice for those who enjoy homegrown, fresh potatoes.

The compact nature of Norland's make it an ideal potato variety for smaller gardens, offering early and bountiful yields of medium-large potatoes. Their firm, white flesh, small eyes and thin skins make peeling easy!

Originally developed for Northern growers with shorter seasons, Norland Potatoes have proven adaptable to a range of conditions. Thriving in well-drained, sandy loam soil, they exhibit excellent resistance to scab, along with notable field resistance to hollow heart and early blight.

  • Blooms in
    Blooms in Summer
  • Height
    Height 60-75 cm (24-30 in)
  • Planting Depth
    Planting Depth 8 cm (3 in)
  • Hardiness Zone
    Hardiness Zone 3-10
  • Light Requirements
    Light Requirements Full sun
  • Bulb size
    Bulb size 30 - 80 mm
  • Spacing
    Spacing 20-30 cm (8-12 in)
  • Origin
    Origin Canada
  • Watering
    Watering Moderate
  • Usage
    Usage Container Garden, Culinary Garden, Garden Bed
  • Plant Characteristics
    Plant Characteristics Heirloom, Edible, Outdoor
  • Winterization
    Winterization Yes
  • Plant Life Cycle
    Plant Life Cycle Perennial

How to Grow Potatoes

Planting Potatoes

  • You can start planting your seed potatoes 2 weeks after the last spring frost.
  • Choose a planting spot in full sun and well-drained, loose soil.
  • Be sure to spade or loosen the soil extremely well. Potatoes will not grow in hard or compact soil.
  • Place the tubers with the sprouts facing up in shallow trenches 15 cm (6 in) wide, space them 20 to 30 cm (8 to 12 in) apart, and cover with 8 cm (3 in) of soil.
  • Water thoroughly after planting

Growing Potatoes

  • Potatoes need consistent moisture, so water regularly when tubers start to form.
  • As soon as the shoots appear, earth up each plant by covering it with a ridge of soil so that the shoots are just buried.
  • You need to do this at regular intervals and by the end of the season each plant will have a small mound around it about 15 cm (6 in) high.

Potatoes Care

  • You can harvest potatoes in stages - “young” or “early” potatoes should be ready about 10 weeks after planting (when the flowers appear). Take a few without pulling up the stems, and leave others to continue growing into full-sized potatoes.
  • For storage of full-sized potatoes, wait until the foliage turns yellow, then cut and remove. Leave for 10 days before harvesting the tubers.
  • After harvesting, leave the tubers on the soil surface for a few hours to dry.
  • Once dry store them in a dark, cool but frost free place.

Winterizing Potatoes

  • Les pommes de terre de semence peuvent être plantées deux semaines après le dernier gel printanier.
  • Choisir un emplacement en plein soleil au sol meuble et bien drainé.
  • Penser à très bien labourer ou ameublir la terre avant la plantation, car les pommes de terre ne poussent pas si le sol est dur ou compact.
  • Placer les tubercules espacés de 20 à 30 cm, les pousses vers le haut, dans des tranchées peu profondes de 15 cm de largeur, puis les couvrir de 8 cm de terre.
  • Arroser abondamment après la plantation.


We're all about bringing the freshest and most flavourful garden goodies straight to your plate, and guess where we source our culinary gems? Right here in Canada! Our roots are firmly planted in the local soil, where crisp air and fertile land collaborate. By sourcing domestically, we're not just supporting local farmers – we're bringing you varieties that are suited to thrive in Canada’s climate. So, why settle for anything less? Join us in celebrating the farm-to-table journey and let's make your meals proudly Canadian.

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