Several years ago I trialed Adirondack Blue and was impressed with the results. Round to oblong, slightly flattened tubers have glistening blue skin enclosing deep blue flesh without the white vascular ring. The moist, flavorful flesh is superb for mashing or salads; it's a favorite in taste tests. Flesh color holds well, especially when roasted. Very high in antioxidants. Spreading plants with tinges of blue have clusters of pure white flowers. Allow 3 weeks for adequate skin set, and handle carefully to minimize bruising and injuries. Very susceptible to fusarium and bacterial soft rot. Very resistant to foliar late blight strain US-23. Moderate storage with short dormancy. Organic.