This potato seems to be very similar to Hua Karoro, in fact we wonder if it is indeed the same. Some say the shape is slightly different being more blocky. They are a curvy potato with cream skin and flesh. A waxy spud which is great is many dishes, we like them for potato salads, roasting and chips!
Plant into fertile soil in rows 1 m apart at 40cm spacing in rows in early Spring, we recommend before the second week of September due to the psyllid bug. Frost tender so cover if danger of frost to get established.