Montana nurseries, garden centers and commercial vegetable farms can order bulk seed potatoes through this website and they will be delivered to county extension offices for pick up in mid-April. Delivery costs will be paid by a grant through the Montana Specialty Crops Block Grant Program. You will be contacted by the MSU Potato Lab after you have placed your order.
A widely grown heirloom specialty variety often sold as a “baby” blue potato. Tubers are smooth, oblong, medium-size, with deep-blue to almost purple skin and brilliant purple, moist, firm flesh with slightly grainy texture. Excellent steamed, mashed, microwaved, roasted and chipped. This is the variety that is often used for making blue potato chips. Late maturity and long dormancy.
A very popular variety for making potato chips, Atlantic is also an excellent all-purpose potato that can be used for boiling, baking or French fries. Mid-season maturity.
A unique red-skinned, red-fleshed fingerling with very high culinary quality. Tubers are ideal for microwaving, frying or baking. Chips made from AmaRosa retain their rosy color and resist fading. Tubers are smooth with shallow eyes that are well distributed on of the tuber. Mid-season maturity.
Montana has the premier seed potato industry in the United States. It is important for home gardeners to plant seed potatoes that are grown using the standards for Montana Certified Seed to reduce the chance of introducing new pests to our farms.
Montana Seed Potato growers are proud to offer their second catalog and directory for wholesale distributors of garden seed. Montana seed potatoes are produced under the most stringent standards in the industry, and are the source of high-quality seed for commercial planting throughout the United States.