One of the wonderful things about the community garden is meeting people and sharing – ideas, experiences, and what we’ve grown. I was able to pass on a few of our treasures, a zucchini and a rutabaga to our gardening neighbours. They kindly shared a few of their treasures with us, buried treasure as it turns out.

This is the yield from one French Fingerling potato plant. They are beautiful, red-skinned, yellow-fleshed potatoes with a lovely, creamy texture. I am quite sure this is the kind we will want to grow next year.

French Fingerling Potatoes

French Fingerling is late maturing and high yielding, but not suitable for new potatoes.