Beauregard

by Parker
(Tullahoma, TN, USA)

Very sweet, bright orange color, tastes delicious. I prefer a small, smooth potato for baking. But a larger one is good for candying.

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May 26, 2015
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Beauregards Have Vigorous Vines
by: Ellen White

Answer to T Dendy's question about whether beauregard sweet potatoes are bush or vine type varieties. They have vigorous vines and need space. Here's a link to the chart showing the most popular varieties with their descriptions:

http://www.all-about-sweet-potatoes.com/popular-varieties-of-sweet-potatoes.html

Apr 26, 2015
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Beauregard Question
by: Dendy

Are Beauregards bush varieties or vining? I just need to know how much space to allow per plant. The rootless plants I got through but not from Park Seed seem pathetic but are in water and I'm hoping for the best.

Oct 29, 2012
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SWEEEEEET Beauregard!
by: Anonymous

I'm guessing this is the correct name to the one that I like so well. So sweet, it does not need butter or any other seasoning on it! If there is another variety that is this sweet or close to it, I would like to know the variety, so I can try it.

Mar 08, 2012
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A true description ...
by: Anonymous

Helpful note about which size spud works best for which purposes. Thanks!

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