Seed Potato 'Dutch Cream'
An all-rounder that stores well, 'Dutch Cream' was bred in Holland in the 1880s but has been a favourite in Australia since its introduction in 1959. A waxy, creamy fleshed variety that holds its shape when baked or roasted, 'Dutch Cream' is also popular in mash as it doesn't turn to mush when boiled. A long season potato, don't be in a rush to harvest as they potatoes need a long time to develop fully under the soil.
All potatoes can be grown in the soil, in towers and grow bags. In the case of indeterminate potatoes, they produce their crop along their growing stem, just like tomatoes; the only difference is that tomatoes grow above the soil, fruiting along the exposed stem upward; while potatoes crop below the soil, so the stem must be continually covered up in order to produce viable tubers. These are often your most prolific, late harvest varieties needing around 90-120 days to reach maturity.