|Wild potato information and growing instructions|
|Solanum maglia information and growing instructions|
Solanum maglia is a wild potato primarily found in coastal Chile. It was the first wild potato species to be described. Unlike most wild potatoes, it is a day neutral tuberizer. Tubers are small, reaching about two inches at the most and usually much less. The tubers are moderately bitter and probably not safe to eat. This species can be crossed with domesticated diploid potatoes and other wild species. Only tubers are available because only a single clone is currently available in the USA, so there is no compatible pollinator for seed production.