Variety country of origin: Germany
Planting, maturity and harvest times
Rosemarie is a smaller mid-season fingerling-type variety. It grows high numbers of small to medium tubers and works great in gardens and raised beds but equally well in small pots and containers. Plant in mid-May for a mid-August harvest. 80-90 days till maturity. Space 20-25 cm (8″- 10″) apart.
Rosemarie is a colourful gourmet gem! This variety has a moist waxy texture with a buttery – slightly tart – taste. A true culinary delight fresh from the earth. It works well boiled, steamed, and oven roasted. Rosemarie also makes attractive pink potato salads! This variety does not require any peeling and is easy to prepare.
Approximately 4 months at 6 degrees Celsius.