Solanum tuberosum 'Sarpo Una'

Solanum tuberosum ‘Sarpo Una’


  • Botanical name: Solanum tuberosum 'Sarpo Una'
  • Common name: Potato
  • Family: Solanaceae
  • Plant Type: Vegetable
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Sarpo potatoes have been bred to withstand the fungal infection potato blight, plus a variety of other diseases. There’s a number of different cultivars, including first and second earlies, and maincrop potatoes. 


Solanum tuberosum ‘Sarpo Una’ is a second early waxy potato with a delicate flavour, white flesh and good resistance to late blight. It’s perfect for growing in containers or sacks, and will produce high yields if harvested as a maincrop. Use it as a salad potato or save large tubers for baking.


For best results grow Solanum tuberosum ‘Sarpo Una’ in moist but well-drained soil incorporated with plenty of compost or rotted manure. Water the tubers thoroughly two weeks before lifting. 

How to grow Solanum 'Sarpo Una'

  • Plant size

    60cm height

    60cm spread

  • Aspect

    South facing, west facing

  • Sun exposure: Full sun
  • Hardiness: Tender
  • Soil type: Well drained / light / sandy / clay / heavy / moist

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Do not Harvest in January

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Solanum 'Sarpo Una' and wildlife

Solanum 'Sarpo Una' has no particular known value to wildlife in the UK.

Is Solanum 'Sarpo Una' poisonous?

Solanum 'Sarpo Una' can be toxic.

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No reported toxicity to Birds

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No reported toxicity to People