Look for a container at least 16 inches wide and 2 feet tall or any container that can hold at least 3 gallons of soil. This could be a plastic or terracotta pot, an old dustbin, a bucket, or a grow bag.
You can grow any potato in a container. But, for best results, go for an early or second early variety that produces small plants and tubers.
After you buy your seed potatoes, it’s time to start sprouting or chitting them. The easiest way to do this is by using an egg carton.