Sweet Potato Slips - OG Orleans

Classic color and consistent size.

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Shipping Note: We guarantee the viability of all our sweet potato slips by shipping via 2nd Day Air to customers located outside the UPS Ground 2-day delivery area. If you are located outside of our 2-day delivery area for UPS Ground, your shipping method will be automatically updated to 2-Day Air during checkout.

  • 10 slips
  • $15.00
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  • 100 slips
  • $50.00
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  • 500 slips
  • $115.00
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  • 1000 slips
  • $150.00
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• Traditional orange flesh with light rose skin.
• Orleans matures 5-10 days faster than other varieties on average, making it the preferred choice of growers with a shorter-length season.
• Days to Maturity: 95 days
Disease Resistance Characteristics: Resistant to fusarium wilt, rhizopus soft rot, bacterial soft rot, and fusarium root rot. Susceptible to root knot.
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5 reviews
Great harvest!
Apr 13, 2022
I'm a bit late in writing this review. In 2021, we ordered and planted (around June 8th) 20 Orleans sweet potato slips in 30" high raised beds, here in the outlying Twin Cities area of MN. We were thrilled when we pulled up over 72# of potatoes in the fall!! Some were a bit bigger than finger thickness, but most were good "eating" size. A few were huge - 12-14" long by about 3" in diameter. We are ordering these again, this year! Adam has been SO helpful, when chatting with him on the phone with questions. Thank you Sprout Mountain Farms for an excellent product!!
Great for short season regions
Dec 27, 2021
We grew Orlean for the first time last season. There were a couple mishaps in getting our slips on time so they arrived 3 weeks late. We're north of Pittsburgh and we have a short growing season. We dug the taters in mid-October and we were stunned at the quantity and the quality. We grew a third of an acre and ended up with 8 800# totes. Incredible.
My first job was as
Mar 9, 2017
My first job was as a cashier at a little convenience store in the center of our quaint sea-side town up here in Mautschsseats. I was THE FIRST GIRL THEY EVER HIRED! LOL. Okay, the year was 1976. It was part time after school. I have absolutely no recollection of the hourly wage.
Fusarium Resistant and Very Productive
Dec 8, 2016
We grew Orleans last season for the first time. We have had no fusrium-related post-storage rot issues (an issue in past seasons for us). It is also the most productive sweet potato that we have ever grown, both in terms of overall production and production of #1 sweet potatoes (more than Beauregard, Covington, and Georgia Jet).
Megan Allen
Aug 12, 2014
It is appropriate time to make some plans for the future and it is time to be happy. I have read this post and if I could I want to suggest you few interesting things or suggestions. Maybe you can write next articles referring to this article. I wish to read more things about it!
Owner Response: Dear John, Thanks for the note! Feel free to email us at growersupport@newsproutfarms.com with your suggestions. We plan on writing more articles about our sweet potato slips and about sweet potatoes in general. I will send you an email when they are published. Enjoy the summertime! Thanks again for your interest. Warm Regards, Andrew Rose Grower Support Team @ New Sprout Organic Farms