Scotland, 1961. Jack Dunnett worked on this variety. It was originally immune to blight, but this didn't last long; the
pest overcame the resistance, and now Pentland Dell is rated at about 5. Its tubers are large and white, and very floury;
I have tasted them when grown in Jersey, and they are first-class. Good for baking, chipping, and mashing.
Flowers are white with yellow centres. No photographs yet; last time I grew this was before the days of
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