Murasaki Japanese

Varieties we grow and love:

  • Beauregard – red-orange skin and orange flesh
  • Georgia Jet – purplish skin and orange flesh
  • Centennials – coppery skin and light red flesh
  • O’ Henry – white skin and cream flesh (golden yellow when cooked)
  • Murasaki- Japanese variety, dark red skin, starchy cream colored flesh
  • Bonita- white skin, golden flesh when cooked


As always, fresh produce is most delicious and nutritious when consumed as close to the harvest date as possible.

Store sweet potatoes in a well ventilated, cool area. Do not store in plastic or in the fridge.

Culinary Info

– can be enjoyed in:

  • roasted
  • baked
  • steamed and mashed

Tips for preparing:

You can peel before cooking, but keep in water to prevent discoloration. Otherwise, scrub well and bake or microwave.


Also check out these great recipes:

Sweet potato Fritters