yellow skin, yellow flesh
Or Miss Bintje, named after a pupil of the Dutch schoolteacher who released this variety in 1905. (Dutch pronunciation is something like BIN-tchyeh, but it’s been Americanized to BEN-jee.) The most widely grown yellow-fleshed potato in the world because of its adaptability to a wide range of soil types, its storability, and proficient growth habits. Large clusters of smooth golden-fleshed tubers will appear beneath these quickly germinating, vigorous plants. Exquisite flavor; the Dutch know a thing or two about breeding desirable potatoes. Space at 16–18". Naturally grown.