Potatoes can see

Potatoes can see

Because they have eyes.

Potatoes can see because they have eyes. So what are the eyes of potatoes?
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Okay, seriously, here is what eyes on potatoes are.

It may be potato eyes! But don’t worry, eyes on potatoes are simply the growing points on potato tubers, each with a little stem bud winking at you. Potatoes grow on the lower stems of attractive, dark green leafy garden annuals.

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