Sweet potatoes are surprisingly easy to grow in different regions of North America and, if properly cured, they have quite a memorable flavor.
When fall arrives, take care to cure your sweet potatoes properly, and you’ll be blown away by their superb sweetness.
As your plants grow, you can harvest and eat the tender sweet potato vine tips.
Harvest time! Use a broadfork to easily dig your sweet potatoes in fall.
Attention Northerners: This inconspicuous clear plastic mulch is your key to growing great sweet potatoes.
Making your own sweet potato slips is simple: Sprouts will grow from a tuber stood upright in a glass of water.
Holy sweet potato! Follow our tips, and you, too, could harvest potatoes that are as wide as a child.
A ‘Georgia Jet’ sweet potato blossom. If your ‘Georgia Jet’ is flowerless, you’ve been growing the Imposter!