TERMS and ORDERING information

We cannot ship plants ordered from the retail section to Arkansas, Florida, Mississippi, South Carolina, Alaska or Hawaii. We do not ship outside the United States.

If you do not indicate “no substitutions” we will substitute if a variety becomes unavailable.

Terms of Ordering for 2019
This year we will be shipping some of our slips in the old traditional style by pulling and leaving some of the roots intact. Short slips will be sent intact, longer slips will be cut back.  We will also use the newer and accepted practice adopted by universities and large commercial growers by supplying “cuts”.  This is where the slips are cut off at soil level and shipped without roots and some of the leaves also removed.  It adds an extra layer of disease control and gets the slips into a more desired size for shipping and reduces stress. They are also packed rather dry, so will be wilted and possibly yellowed. The cuts will root very fast after being planted and kept moist/wet for a few days.  Some of them might look like they are inches from death to the unknowledgeable gardener when they arrive, but will spring back to life faster. All they need is a healthy stem. Eventually we will move entirely to cuts.

If you have a question, please email us. DuckCreekFarms@aol.com.  If you don’t hear back in a reasonable time, please email again. We had problems getting all orders with our server last year and are changing to a faster and better internet service. Hopefully this will elevate “missed” orders this year.  We can’t answer phone calls or take phone orders.  Thanks for understanding.

MINIMUM ORDER is $17.99 not including shipping, a surcharge will be added if the order does not meet the minimum. We do not ship outside the United States.


Shipping Dates for 2019 - **Please note: Online ordering for 2018 is now Closed**

Shipping is $12.50 per order for 2019!

Please do not request a shipment date until your soil temperatures are consistently in the 60’s for an extended period. Your state cooperative extension service can provide those dates. This is typically about 4 weeks after your average frost free date. And definitely when the night time lows are in the 60’s for an extended amount of time

Due to the ongoing colder than normal Springs we have been experiencing the past few years, we are delaying shipping a week for 2018 expecting the “New Normal” trend to continue. 

Shipping to Zones 7, and above should start around the week of May 13, 2019 depending on how good the sweet potatoes are slipping. Slow to slip varieties might take longer

Shipping to Zones 6 and below (or anywhere north of Oklahoma) should begin the weeks of May 27, 2019 or June 3, 2019.

Our last shipping will be the week of June 17, 2019.  We typically plant our stock after the bulk of the shipping season is over. 

We ship Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday for instate addresses,

We have indicated some of the Varieties that are sometimes slow slippers, so if you order those varieties, don’t expect early shipment.  EARLY IS ANYTIME IN MAY.  PLEASE, if you must have your slips earlier, and cannot take a delay in shipments, please order from someone that can guarantee earlier shipment. We appreciate your business, but we want you to be happy.

We ship USPS Priority Mail.  It comes with automatic $50.00 insurance. If you have problems and need to file a claim consult your Post Master. Most packages arrive in 2 to 3 days.

We ship USPS Priority Mail.  It comes with automatic $50.00 insurance. If you have problems and need to file a claim consult your Post Master. Most packages should arrive in 2 to 3 days. Some areas of the US have very inefficient postal service and might take longer. Our Plant Guarantee is that we will send the best slips possible, but will not be liable for damages other than the cost of the slips.

By placing an order with Duck Creek Farms, you acknowledge that you have read and agree to our terms.

Please check The Availability and Updates to the website.


Sweet Potato Plant Order Form
If you would prefer to place your order via mail, please download our Sweet Potato Order Form fill out and mail, along with your payment to:

Duck Creek Farms 
PO Box 303,
Mounds, OK 74047



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Individual Varieties                Assortments                   Wholesale

Sweet Potato Slips - Individual Slip Varieties

Early Production, Red/orange skin, deep orange flesh. vigorous growing, compact plants, great producer of large, fat, sweet potatoes, very sweet orange flesh. An excellent variety. Pox and nematode resistant. Leaves and vine tips are edible too, used much like cooked spinach. Slow and shy slip producer so don’t expect early shipment.


(Oklahoma 1953)
Early production. Vigorous spreading vines,
tan-yellow skin with pale orange flesh, heavy yields. Equal if not superior to Porto Rico in taste and table appearance and contains 50% more vitamin C and more than 3 times as much vitamin A. Developed by Dr. Cordner, Oklahoma A & M College.


Asian Green Variety

We received this variety from an Asian grower that grew them for greens.  Grown for the vines which are very good cooked liked spinach. Don’t expect a root crop on these, but if you do get some roots, they will be white skin and flesh.



(Heirloom Variety)
Early production. Spreading growth habit, regular leaf, light orange skin, orange flesh, and excellent yields. Short blocky roots grow directly under the plant for easy digging. Very long storage life. Highly recommended.

Very Limited for 2018. This was a slow slip producer in 2017 so don't expect early shipment.


Beauregard (Louisianna 1987)

Red-Orange skin, orange flesh. Thin stalks, vigorous grower, good producer, fat & heavy sweet potatoes. A typical "yam" type you find in stores. Has pox and nematode resistance. Very dependable producer with a very loyal following. Early production.

For larger quantities, see wholesale section.

Becca’s Purple  


Limited for 2018
This variety was very productive and produced nice shaped roots. Early to mid season production, intensely dark purple skin and flesh with roots mostly right under plant. Vigorous vine growth. Please limit your order to12 or less.



(Heirloom Type)                                       
Early Production. Semi-bush growth habit. Reddish skin and orange flesh similar to Continental Red. Good production.





 New for 2017
(Heirloom from Puerto Rico)
Reported to have high carotene. Pale Orange flesh, good yields and early production of nice shaped roots.


Bugtussle        (Heirloom from Kentucky)

This sweetpotato is reported to have been grown in the Bugtussle, KY area for over 100 years. Yellow flesh, pinkish skin.

Very high yields with early to mid season production. Beautiful Ivy shaped leaves and very spreading growth habit. Cooks up somewhat dry, but sweet. Gopher got our crop this year, but should still have plenty to meet demand.

Bunch Porto Rico 

Mid-season. Regular leaf, yellow-orange skin and flesh. Needs long season to do well. Bush type, great for smaller gardens.

For larger quantities, see wholesale section.


Carolina Nugget  (North Carolina 1954)

Roots short, blocky with rosy skin. Flesh medium orange. Roots have good table quality. Leaves deeply cut, dark green with a purplish tinge. Increased yields and superior root shape in heavy soils. Some resistance to fusarium wilt and southern root knot. For larger quantities, see wholesale section


Carolina Ruby  (North Carolina 1999)

Favorable with Beauregard and was superior to Jewel in University trials. Yield similar to Beauregard for the U.S. #1 and canner grades and slightly higher for jumbo grades. Harvest dates typically 3-5 days earlier than Beauregard. Roots store well without excessive weight loss from storage rots or dehydration. Baked roots have uniform color, and moist smooth flesh, and good flavor. A finicky sprouter so don’t expect early shipment.


(MD-253 )                                                       Orange skin and flesh. Early production with good yields.


Cordner’s Red

(Oklahoma heirloom 1950’s)
This is a very compact bush type plant with red skin and orange moist flesh. Excellent for people with smaller gardens. The name “Cordner’s Red” was given by local growers as it was never officially released.  From the breeding material of Dr. H. B. Cordner of Oklahoma. Fair storage variety and great tasting. A personal favorite. One of our top producers in 2013.  Early production.


D & S Red           

Vining type with dark red skin and orange flesh. Looks very similar to Garnet except has regular leaves.





Dianne is also sold as Garnet in upscale markets.  Red skin, Fat stalks, vigorous grower, sweet, dark orange flesh, torpedo shaped sweetpotatoes, good producer.   Interesting ivy leaves make a good ornamental plant or ground cover too. Becoming more popular every year. Will flower early in the season. Can be a little slow to slip. 

Dingess Purple Flesh

(Gene Dingess)           
Mid season. Spreading vines regular leaf, Purple skin with purple flesh. Good Production.


Georgia Yam


(Heirloom Type)   
Early to mid season production. Copper-orange skin, orange flesh, very good yields.



Ginseng Orange 

This was one of our best producers in 2012 and 2013. Early production. Semi-bush, Ivy leaf.
Pale orange skin with orange flesh.  Roots mostly right under plant




Ginseng Red 

(Heirloom Variety)
Early. Large semi-bush, Ivy leaves, pinkish/red skin, light orange flesh, excellent yield. Very similar to Continental Red, Betty's, and Tennessee Red.


Georgia Jet 

Root shape short spindle. Skin color purple-red. Flesh light orange. Can grow rather large roots with long season.  Earliness 90 days under good conditions. Storage satisfactory. Good to excellent baking tests. This variety is prone to cracking in dry conditions, but we have not experiences much cracking the past few years.  It remains a very popular variety. Cooks up soft and sweet.  One of our best producers for 2013 and even better in 2014. Our Clone will bloom.

Georgia Red

(Georgia 1955)
Georgia Red is a selection from a cross of Porto Rico. It has a reddish/orange skin and orange flesh with a soft/moist texture. Excellent keeping and eating quality.  While we try and select the reddest color skinned roots for our seed stock, the color will vary from reddish to orangish-tan.  Excels as a baking potato. It’s a mid to late season variety and will need about 120 days to mature. Expect Average Yields, though it was one of our biggest producers in 2011.

Golden Slipper


(Heirloom Variety)
Mid-season. Vining, regular leaf, orange skin, orange flesh, good yields.





Golden Sweet


Beige skin, light yellow flesh. Very vigorous, a quick growing and high producer of heavy-set typically shaped sweet potatoes. Great tasting white-type variety.  Mid-season





Grand Asia


Early to Mid-season maturity, purple skin with white flesh. High Production.



Very Limited for 2018
Cream/white skin and flesh. Average Yield, mid season



(Heirloom Variety)
Mid-season. Vining, Regular leaf, cream colored skin, cream flesh, average yield, but flavor is good. Very popular on the East Coast.



(North Carolina)
An orange-fleshed, smooth-skinned, rose colored, table stock sweetpotato. The leaves are typically green and triangular shaped, and the vines produce a dense canopy that competes well against weeds.  Hatteras normally produces uniform shaped roots high yields are normally harvested in 100-110 days. Slow to sprout, don’t expect early shipment.





(Louisiana 1990)
Mid-season Vigorous vines, orange skin, dark orange flesh. Very moist when cooked, above average yields. This was one of our best producers in 2010.

For larger quantities, see wholesale section.






Hopi (New Mexico)

New for 2018

Plants have trailing growth habit with a tendency to produce semi-erect branches near hills. Vines purple. Leaves medium- sized, dark green with purple overcast. Root skins light copper to salmon. Flesh medium orange-salmon. Carotene content moderate. Roots fusiform-to-tapered. Suitable for early fresh market. Looks, packs and keeps good, even when freshly harvested. More tolerant to fusarium wilt than Kandee. Resistant to root-knot nematode damage and cracking. Appears to be field resistant to black rot. Excellent baking and eating qualities. Not suitable for canning. High production in 2017, when others failed.

Indiana Gold

(Heirloom Variety)
Early production. Vining, regular leaf, golden skin, orange flesh. set roots early and very productive. Would make a good market variety as the roots are nice shaped and smooth. Slow slip producer, don’t expect early shipment.


Ivis White Cream


Early to mid season production. Cream/white skin, cream flesh, good production under good growing conditions.


Mid-season. Semi-bush, greenish colored normal leaves, good yields, tends to produce medium sized roots regardless of the season length but we had some jumbos this year. Has light orange skin with light orange flesh, Sweet, Moist flesh. Good Market Variety.

Kalona Sunrise

(Amish Heirloom from Iowa)                             Early production of smooth roots. Vining growth with regular leaves, reddish orange skin and orange flesh.       



Korean Purple

(Heirloom of unknown origin)
Early maturity. Vining growth habit, dark green leaves, purple skin, with sweet, white flesh, good yields. Very limited for 2018.


Mahan / Bradshaw


(Heirloom Variety)    
Mahan was renamed Bradshaw in 2010. High production and excellent storage.  Very sweet, Moist, Orange Flesh. Ivy leaves with semi compact vines. Looks very similar to Continental Red. This is probably the same as Carolina Nugget.

Maryland Baker


(MD 7-93)                                
Orange skin, orange flesh, productive, Early.



Maryland Supreme


(MD 810)
Early production. red skin, deep orange flesh, above average yields. Very moist sweet flesh. Good Yields.

Midnight Purple


Mid-season, purple skin and flesh. Uniform roots. Very limited for 2016. 12 slips max per order.


Molokai Purple


Early to mid season production. We had great production this past season but the roots tend to be long and skinny and not very uniform. Deep Purple flesh. Very popular in Hawaii where it originated. Regular leaf with purple tint on new growth, spreading growth habit. Very Dry texture. A gopher got most of our crop this year, but still should have plenty slips to meet the demand. Very limited for 2018.

Nancy Hall


Very limited for 2017
Please limit your order to 12 slips max.  Gophers got our crop.




New Jersey Red 


Early production of uniform roots with red skin and orange flesh.  Good yields. This was our top producer for 2012. Extremely good storage qualities. Slow to sprout, so don’t expect early shipment.


O' Henry

Early maturity. Vining, normal leaf, cream white skin, white flesh, uniform roots, average yield. White sport of Beauregard, but not as dependable in some years. Huge producer in 2014. Very limited for 2018.

For larger quantities, see wholesale section.




Oklahoma Red

Mid-season. Semi-bush growth habit with regular leaf, red skin and orange flesh, can be long shaped in loose soil and somewhat blockier in heavy soil, good yields most years.




Okinawa Purple


Light beige skin,   purple flesh. Flesh gets darker and deeper purple when cooked. They are surprisingly sweet when cooked. Pretty foliage plant as well. Slow grower. Needs a VERY long, hot growing season.  Preferably 140 days or longer. Originally from Japan…They will form roots out away from the center of the plant... Attention: we only recommend these for trial, as they are not high production and need a very long season and not adapted to all of the US especially the north. The dark purple only develops in rich soil. For 2018 we will only be shipping unrooted cuttings.



(South Carolina 2001)
Red/orange skin, orange flesh. Good production, early maturity. Profuse flowering.



Porto Rico, Running or vining type


Eating quality superior. Flesh color apricot.Skin color copper. Average yields. One of the most recognized and popular varieties. Mid to late season production.

For larger quantities, see wholesale section.

Purple Delight

Purple fleshed with dark purple skin. Flavor is typical to the other purple fleshed varieties, which is not real sweet. Vining growth with early to mid-season production. We believe this is also being sold as “All Purple” and “Purple Passion”.

For larger quantities, see wholesale section.

Purple Knight

Very limited for 2018
Mid-season. Vining, cut leaf with purple ribs, deep purple flesh and skin. Smooth uniform roots. Good Production.  A slow and shy slip producer. Do not expect early shipping.



(Heirloom from Arkansas)
Originally Distributed by the University of Arkansas, but no longer maintained by them. Beautiful Ivy shaped leaves with very spreading growth habit. Very pale cream-orange skin with light orange flesh. High yields with early to mid season production.  Not all the roots will be directly under the plant. 

Red Japanese (Japanese Yam)

Purple/Red skin, light cream flesh.  Dry flesh and sweet. Bred for the Asian Market, Vine Type. Mid Season Production.  Can be slow to slip.




An old Oklahoma heirloom from the 50’s with vining growth and regular leaves’. Pale reddish skin and orange flesh. This was the most popular varieties planted in Oklahoma in the 50’s and 60’s.


Redmar aka Maryland Red

Early to mid season production with regular leaf and vining habit.  Very Productive with long tapered roots with red skin and orange flesh all clustered right under the plant Very high production and highly recommended.  A good variety for farmers markets, roadside stands or CSA’s.


Red Resisto

Similar to resisto only with red skin. Good production.



Red Wine Velvet 

(Heirloom type)
Mid-season. Average vines, deep red skin, Very smooth, sweet, moist, orange flesh, and average yield, but has the potential for very high yields under good growing conditions. A very popular variety that usually sells out fast. Slow to sprout so don’t expect early shipment. Flowers late.


Pink/red  skin, orange  flesh, 110-120  days to maturity

Released by the USDA, Agr. Res. Serv., U.S. Vegetable Lab. and South Carolina Agr. Expt. Sta. in 1999 Parentage: open pollinated seedling of W-119. Characteristics: light red/pink skin and orange flesh, roots fusiform and uniformly shaped, dense leaf canopy. Resistance: Fusarium wilt and southern root-knot nematode.


(North Carolina 1982)        
Scarlet is a Red Skin Jewel. Early to mid season maturity vining growth habit. Roots tend to be more cylindrical and slightly longer than Jewel roots. Skin red. Flesh orange. Roots remain sound in storage for 7 or more months. Reported to be judged superior to Jewel in baking trails.



(Virginia 1987)
Early, widely adapted, high yielding. Excellent baking quality. Roots uniformly fusiform to blocky. Skin light copper, smooth. Internal root color bright orange. Stores well. Well-suited for baking and canning. High yields. Semi-bush habit.


Tennessee Top Mark

Semi-bush, Ivy leaf,  pink skin, pale orange flesh, great production of smooth roots.


Texas Porto Rico (aka Red Velvet)


(Heirloom Variety)                       
mid season production.  spreading growth habit with dark purple-red skin and orange flesh. Sometimes has a little purpling under the skin. Average production.  Very limited for 2017. A gopher ate our seed crop.




Bush type with long roots and pale orange flesh. Prone to cracking in dry years.




(Heirloom of unknown origin)
Purple/Pink skin with sweet white flesh. Early to mid season Maturity. Expect average yields. Slow to sprout so don’t expect early shipment.


White Eclipse

A new variety with vining growth habit, white skin and white flesh.  Early to mid season production.

Duck Creek Farms ∙ Gary V. Schaum
PO Box 303 ∙ Mounds, OK 74047-0303

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