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Notify me when this product is available: Add me to the store mailing list. This improved buttercup type bears fruit on semi-bush vines. Squash are dark green with yellow flesh that is sweet and dry. An excellent storage variety. Sowing Indoors: weeks before the last frost. Transplant after last frost, " apart. Sow a few seeds every ". How much does a packet plant: foot single row, hills.
Harvest: Before heavy frost. Determine ripeness when the skin has turned color and becomes dull dry. You will be unable to create a dent when pressing your thumbnail into it. Leave two inches of the stem on the squash and manage carefully so there is no damage which can shorten storage life. Cure for days in the sun to harden the rind and increase storage quality.
Tips: Plant in fertile soil, amended with compost or well-rotted manure, and keep well watered. They benefit from growing on black plastic and by using row covers for weed, insect control, and more rapid growth. Plants germinated and are growing well. But they are slow to put on female flowers. Hence, only a small of fruits set as of the end of July. Burgess Buttercup has fared better so far. Planted indoor starts out in mid-June here in southern VT at altitude since late warm-up. Tough season here with July drought then August non-stop clouds and rain.
One vine climbed the deer fence made of concrete reinforcing wire and did great-the strong vine held the squashes up. Tasty and meaty squash. Do note that squash leaves are very edible and quite a nice green-they have a sweetness that is nice. Eaten worldwide. I pick them late season when production decreases and freeze for winter green side-dish or soups.
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