This was a tough one to put together. It is fairly easy to find bicolor potatoes, but difficult to find those that will produce a reasonable percentage of progeny that are also bicolor. These seeds are a mix collected from 22 different bicolor varieties. About one third of the seeds will produce similarly bicolored progeny. Most have large spectacles around the eyes of a different skin color. Others have larger saddle-shaped markings. Both diploid and tetraploid types are included. Some will have fully or partially colored flesh. As with all of our potato seeds, these will produce potatoes with a wide variety of characteristics, including different skin and flesh colors, different flower and foliage colors, and all shapes and sizes.