Extra Early Seed Potatoes

There's nothing quite like the satisfaction of harvesting your own fresh potatoes. With Mr Fothergill’s fantastic range of extra early seed potatoes, you can enjoy delicious home-grown new potatoes to serve with all of your summer dishes. Although they may start small, their delectable flavour and creamy texture are unmatched – ideal for truly tasty potato salads, roasts and more.

Our early seed potatoes are easy to grow and mature earlier than any other seed potatoes. Plant chitted tubers from March onwards and you can look forward to lifting your first harvest from late May. Choose from a huge variety of beloved cultivars below, from mild and versatile Rockets to classic Maris Bards.

Why Grow Extra Early Potatoes?

Experience the joy of growing your own extra early seed potatoes and enjoy the delicious results with your family. Early varieties like Swifts, Maris Bards and Rockets can all be planted from March and harvested as little as 10 weeks after planting. These tender-skinned new potatoes are best enjoyed freshly dug from the garden.

Early varieties are easy to grow, making them perfect for gardeners of all levels. Whether you’re planting in a traditional garden bed, greenhouse or small patio space, these potatoes adapt well and thrive with minimal effort. Scrape away some soil and perform test digs to gauge their progress as they grow for the best results.

Don’t forget to browse our second early seed potatoes, maincrop seed potatoes, and second cropping seed potatoes too, to enjoy your own home-grown spuds throughout most of the year.

Order Your Early Seed Potatoes Today

At Mr Fothergill's, it’s our goal to make gardening accessible and enjoyable for everyone. We take pride in offering the highest quality vegetable garden seeds and plants, along with expert tips and know-how to get you growing successfully.

All of our early seed potatoes are hand-selected and delivered straight to your door at the perfect time for planting. Order now and start the kitchen garden of your dreams.