A little frightening aren't they?
The majority were super-market sized, with a good lot of babies in there as well. I stacked them in this bag from largest to smallest, so the tiny tubers are seen on top of the stack.
The bag weighed in at over 10 lbs.
All together I harvested over 23 pounds of sweets. I am so pleased with this harvest and hope that it will repeated again in the coming garden years. The soil in this bed is gorgeous, as a matter of fact I dug up a bog old toad while digging for potatoes. (It was a bit of a shock, I didn't realize they would completely bury themselves in search of worms etc., this stinker is about the size of a baseball, and it is never amused when I find it in the garden.) I did 'lasagna gardening' in this new bed, layering cardboard, straw, dog food, amendments, and I can't remember what else. Then I made some hills with a soil/compost mixture, and covered it all with black mulch.
The tomatoes appear to winding down, here are today's tomato and pepper picks:
My garlic has shipped and it on its way. I better get my act together and figure out where the onions, garlic, and cold-frame are going in the coming weeks, once again I don't seem to have enough room.