King Edwards are long, oval, floury potatoes with pinkish skins and a creamy white flesh. The eyes on the potato are white and red.
Above ground, the plant produces purple flowers with white tips.
In Australia, they are grown mainly in southern Tasmania.
Good for mashing and baking and making gnocchi. Not good for boiling, salads or for steaming.
King Edward Potatoes were developed in Britain; released 1902.