I may have mentioned that I had some potatoes in the kitchen that had sprouted so I cut out hunks around the sprouts and planted them in buckets in the greenhouse. I planted 5 buckets.
They’re growing like crazy but the chances of getting potatoes are slim. Potatoes don’t transplant very well . . almost impossible. These are going to be really big by the time the weather is warm enough to transplant them, which further reduces the chance of a successful transplant. This time of year, it’s fun to plant anything and have it grow, even if it’s probably not ever going to produce. It just took a bit of dirt and a few 5 gallon buckets which were sitting around.
We do have some huge water tubs and I think I’d have a better chance of successfully transplanting them if I put them in those tubs when it gets warmer, but the tubs would have to have holes drilled in them and that would ruin their intended purpose as a water tub. We keep those out in the woods for the wild animals and they probably need water more than I need potatoes.