The wild potato grows on these islands in great abundance, on the sandy, shelly soil near the sea-beach.
Finally Dick found a plant that he believed to be a wild potato.
The Medó is a wild potato; it resembles the sweet-potato in top and taste.
The Abnaki name of the wild potato or ground-nut was pen, pl.
Mr. Reed told the children about the wild potato, which belongs to South America.
Even the wild potato found in the Yellowstone Country is thought one of the best of edible wild roots.
The wild potato strongly resembles the species now in use in Europe, but the stem and leaf are essentially different.
It is claimed in Colombia that a species of wild potato found on the paramos is the parent of the cultivated potato.