2018 Potato Day Orders now closed
Sorry, but we have closed the order form for online seed potato orders for 2018. We hope we’ll see you at Potato Day on the 11th March at Springwood Park in Kelso instead.

This year, to try and recoup some of the outlay on Potato Day which we have had to rearrange, BOG is making this online ordering process available to members and others, especially for members who cannot for whatever reason make it on the rearranged date. You can place an order which BOG will fulfill during the Potato Day event on the 11th March, and you can then collect your order from one of several collection points run by volunteers at a time to suit them and you. You need to select the appropriate collection point when filling in the form below for your order.

BOG will endeavour to supply the varieties requested but we can’t guarantee being able to do so. If you will accept substitutes, indicate this at the bottom of the form and we will supply something similar. Further details of potato varieties, including type, uses, season, and whether the seed is organic, can be found in the February 2018 edition of BOG News.

Once you complete the form and send it in, BOG will send you a confirmation email containing details of your order and details of the collection point you have selected.

Please note payment will be on collection from your selected collection point. Payment may be made in cash or by cheque. You are responsible for making contact with the volunteer at the collection point you identified on your order and arranging a suitable time for collection. I’m afraid we can’t deliver seed potatoes in any other way this year. Of course, we’d be delighted to see you at Potato Day itself on the 11th March.


The data BOG collects from this form will be retained only long enough for all the orders to be picked and packed.  All the data will then be deleted; none will be retained for any purposes whatsoever.