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  • Barossa Fest

    Barossa Fest is a mid-season indeterminate potato leaf dwarf and is among the tallest of its type reaching around 4 1/2 feet by end of season. It produces abundant small pale yellow globes that have a sweet and tangy combination of flavours, bright and fresh on the palate and delicious. Photo by Patrina


  • Bundaberg Rumball

    Bundaberg Rumball is a regular leaf dwarf variety that produces medium small round fruit that are a brick red/chocolate hue. The flavor is pleasant, mild and sweet, and the variety is very prolific. Photo by Patrina.


  • Dwarf Barossa Moon

    Dwarf Barossa Moon is a prolific midseason potato leaf dwarf producing  2-4 oz ivory colored fruit that range from round to oval with a mildly sweet, slightly citrus flavor. Photo by Patrina.


  • Kangaroo Paw Brown

    Kangaroo Paw Brown is an early-season regular leaf dwarf yielding abundant small red-brown round fruits that are tangy with a sweet note, very tasty. This variety is part of the Kangaroo Paw series (named after an Australian native flower) consisting of a red , a brown, a green and a yellow version. Photo by Patrina.


  • Kangaroo Paw Green

    Kangaroo Paw Green is an early-season regular leaf dwarf and a sibling of Kangaroo Paw Yellow, Kangaroo Paw Brown and Kangaroo Paw Red. The plants yield abundant small round amber fruits with green flesh when ripe, and they have a sweet refreshing taste. Photo by Patrina.


  • Kangaroo Paw Red

    Kangaroo Paw Red is an early-season regular leaf dwarf​ and is the direct parent of Kangaroo Paw Brown, Kangaroo Paw Yellow and Kangaroo Paw Green. This variety has abundant small red fruits that have a robust full tomato taste. Photo by Patrina.


  • Kangaroo Paw Yellow

    Kangaroo Paw Yellow is an early-season regular leaf dwarf and a sibling of Kangaroo Paw Brown, Kangaroo Paw Green and Kangaroo Paw Red. The plants are loaded with small round bright yellow fruits that are very tasty. Photo by Patrina.


  • Kookaburra Cackle

    Kookaburra Cackle is a mid-season rugose regular leaf dwarf with prolific small 3 – 5oz brown mostly round fruit with rich purplish red interiors. It is named after an iconic Australian bird that is a brown and beige king-fisher type with a call that sounds like a human laughing heartily! Plants reach around a metre+ / 3-4 ft by end of season. Photo by Patrina.