You took the words right out of my mouth!:thumb:I’m sure you could grow them in a green house but I wouldn’t bother and I’ll tell you why. Potatoes are one of the best keeping veggies you can grow. You can grow a nice crop in the summer and they will keep for you to eat all winter and into spring. The best way to keep them is in some kind of root cellar but there are lots of makeshift root cellars (buried trash can) that you can jerry-rig.
I would use my primo greenhouse space in winter to grow veggies that don’t keep well like fresh salad greens, cucumbers, & tomatoes.
I was just going to suggest this! Works great.By saying you'll have a greenhouse, I assume you'll have a somewhat hospitable environment during the winter, temperature wise.
If so, I think it's possible.
I've grown potatoes in tires before & it works beautifully. Take a tire & fill it full of straw. Add your seed potatoes. No need to "plant" them in the ground, just put them in the straw & cover with straw. Once they start to sprout & grow, add another tire & more straw. Keep doing that until you're up to about 5 or 6 tires in height.
Once the potatoes emerge from the last tire & look ready to harvest, just start removing tires.. one at a time. You'll have more potatoes then you can shake a stick at! Just pick them out of the straw.