Search Results for “wintersquash”
100-110 days. A squash lovers dream, Blue Hubbard produces hefty 10 to 30 pound fruits with a sweet, orange interior.
100 days. Chock-full of thick, golden-yellow flesh, sweet, creamy & nutty. Some say it's the best tasting winter squash.
90 days. Sweet as honey, this small Delicata is a gourmet delight. Nutritious and full of flavor.
85 days. Delectable squash on small plants, great for container gardening. Beautiful fall decoration.
85-100 days. Once a staple food of Native Americans, Lakota has deliciously nutty flesh. Stores well.
100 days. Introduced in 1893, and common in American pioneer gardens. Large squash have delectable orange flesh.
95 days. Teardrop-shaped and brightly colored. Highly productive with a sweet, nutty flavor.
90-100 days. The right size for a single serving of sweet, delicious squash. Serve whole for a beautiful presentation.
80 days. What a treat! The flavor is so delectable, there's no need for butter or spices! Superb keeping quality.
90-100 days. Resistant Early Bush Acorn. It won't take over the yard, but will produce a high yield of delicious fruits
80 days. Wonderful, rich flavor, compact habit, and long storage ability made Table King an AAS winner.
90 days. This amazing squash separates into long, spaghetti-like strands when cooked! Serve just like pasta!
100 days. Amazingly delicious, versatile, long-storing squash on vigorous vines. An All-America Selections winner.
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