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Georgia Jet Sweet Potato Plant

  • - Spacing: 20 inches
  • - Days to Harvest: 90
  • - Great tasting cold tolerant variety
  • - Each 3-Inch Pot contains 1 Georgia Jet Sweet Potato Plant
Plant Features

Georgia Jet is a fast growing sweet potato variety that produces nice sized potatoes with extraordinarily high yields, often up to 2-½ times the yield of many other varieties. The foliage on the plant Georgia Jet offers a heart-shaped leaf tinged with a deep burgundy color.

Our Georgia Jet Sweet Potato Plants are grown with a commitment to natural methods, ensuring they're healthy and robust. Guaranteed to arrive alive and thriving!

Companion Planting: Bean, Beet, Potato

Attribute name Attribute value
Plant Needs
Sunlight 6+ hours
Watering Needs Water when the top 1 inch of soil is dry
Soil Properties Loose, Well-drained
Tolerates Sandy soil
Fertilizer Every 3-4 weeks
Growing Zones 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
Attribute name Attribute value
Plant Characteristics
When to harvest When the foliage dies back
Production Time Single Picking
Habit Trailing
Foliage Color Green
Features Heat tolerant
Garden Styles Container Garden
Plant Used for Food Production
Plant Type Open-Pollinated

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Georgia Jet Sweet potatoes

I'm really happy I found some plants. I'm excited for the fall to dig them up. You did a great job at getting them too me in a timely manor. They are growing like crazy.

From Diana | June 09, 2015

Good sweet potato plants

Georgia Jet arrived in good shape and as advertised. Thanks for good service and good plants!

From David | May 16, 2014

Georgia Jet

The sweet potatoes were just as I expected upon delivery, thanks.

From francis | May 10, 2013

Georgia Sweet Potato

Plants are doing very well after following special direction included with shipment of plants.... Thanks again for going the extra mile for me. Great plants, great customer service.

From Lawrence | July 02, 2012