A table variety, of universal culinary purpose, according to the ripening dates, belongs to the group of early (or medium early) ones. The growing season from full germination to technical ripeness is 75-85 days (from planting – 95-100 days). On one plant, 6–16 rather large commodity tubers weighing 84–137 grams are formed, sometimes up to 150 grams. They have an elongated oval regular shape, a flat surface. The peel is strong, yellow in color, smooth to the touch. The flesh on the slice is yellow, with a dense structure. Eyes are small, superficial, almost invisible. The marketability of tubers is at a very high level – 82−96%. Queen Anne can rightfully be considered a “noble” potato due to the excellent appearance of its tubers – they are evened out in size and weight, as in a selection that is correct without flaws in shape, with bright yellow skin and inconspicuous eyes. All this in general makes it simply ideal for sale. In addition, tubers have excellent keeping quality – 93%. They can be stored for a long time without loss of their consumer and commercial qualities.