If you haven’t started chitting your seed potatoes, it’s not too late to start. Just place the potatoes with their little eyes upward (generally there are more on one side than another) in an egg carton. Mark the variety on the lid of the carton.
It’s not completely necessary to chit potatoes, but why not give them a head start? For planting, you don’t want the long, zombie-pale fragile shoots one gets when a potato is stored too long in the refrigerator. You want healthy green buds bursting out all over like spring.
Read more about cautionary tales about chitting potatoes here.
I grow German butterballs, since I like the flavor the best, but will usually throw in a few banana-style potatoes and reds for variety. If I had some, I’d grow the PNW-native fingerlings called ‘Ozette,’ since they’re so cool. Next year in Potatoville!