Adirondack Blue

Adirondack Blue organic

blue skin, blue flesh Maintains its color after boiling, roasting or frying.

Walter de Jong and his potato-genetics buddies at Cornell released Addie Blue in 2003. They also developed and released modern all-stars Adirondack Red, Keuka Gold and Yukon Gem, all huge successes in the Northeast, promoting growth in the specialty potato market and providing decent prices for wholesale growers.

This blue spud is packed with anthocyanins, powerful antioxidants that can lower risks of heart and neurological diseases. The plants are ostentatious with sprawling blue-tinted foliage.

Although tuber dormancy is short and Blue is susceptible to scab, scurf and CPB, appearance is awfully festive. Note: storage life is short, so seed may be ugly when it arrives. Plant them anyway—odds are they’ll be just fine. Available as organic and conventional seed.

This item will ship on our regular shipping schedule, starting in early April with the warmest hardiness zones. We cannot ship this item any earlier; we regret that we cannot honor any requests to do so.

Bulk prices (net, no additional discounts), apply to orders over 1000 lbs. Download bulk price list

7240 Adirondack Blue organic
B: 2# for $8.00
Ordering closed for the season
C: 10# for $27.50
Ordering closed for the season
E: 50# for $91.25
Ordering closed for the season

Additional Information


Solanum tuberosum
Early potatoes mature in 65-80 days.
Midseason potatoes mature in 80-90 days
Late potatoes mature in more than 90 days

LBR indicates field resistance to late blight.


Moose Tubers, as part of Fedco Seeds, is a certified organic handler. Our organic seed is certified by USDA-approved agencies. We have copies on file of each grower’s certificate; our products are labeled accordingly and handled in ways to ensure their integrity.

The receipt with your order has our certification number and is your certificate that what you purchased is organic. Please keep it for your records.

We are handling live plant material. We sometimes have short crops and failed lots. We do occasionally substitute conventional varieties unless you note otherwise. Please see our substitution policy.