"If you can grow him, he ain’t no problem to get rid of"

They’re ugly, disease-prone, and difficult to grow. But Hayman sweet potatoes have been growing in Eastern Shore gardens and fields since 1856. Sweet potato lovers put their names on waiting lists to buy these sugary, creamy-white heirloom treats—which may be available at a farmer’s market near you some year soon. To read “The dirt on Haymans,” by Lorraine Eaton, in the Sunday Washington Post, CLICK HERE.

One Comment on “"If you can grow him, he ain’t no problem to get rid of"

  1. I just read that piece on sweet potatoes tonight. There's a recipe for sweet potato butter that I'm definitely going to try.

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