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Langworthy Potatoes



Langworthy Potatoes are kidney-shaped, with light-buff skin and pale yellow flesh.

History Notes

Langworthy Potatoes were developed by a James Clarke of Christchurch, Hampshire, England around 1876.


The potato was popular in Scotland at the turn of the 1900s.

Language Notes

Named "Langworthy Potatoes" around 1900 by a J. Niven of Perth, Scotland.

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