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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 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 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.