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88.9% would recommend this item to a friend.
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Large pumpkin squash
What are the cons? None
Grew this to make pumpkin pies and cheesecake. Used in a recipe from 1000 Best recipes cookbook and was such a hit even my nephews call to get the recipe. Best tasting squash we ever ate bar none!
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14 out of 16 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? huge and tasty
What are the cons? too huge for for 2 people
I had 4 squashes from my one plant. One of them was over 40 pounds and won best in show in the squash division of our County Fair. The other three were at least 10 pounds each. and yet...and yet...sad to say, I won't grow it again because despite its great taste it's too hard for a retired couple to deal with squashes this size in the kitchen.
38 out of 40 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Tastes Wonderful
What are the cons? Thin skin
I grew 8 different types of winter squash this year and this one was one of our favorites. Beautiful, prolific and extremely sweet. Not grainy at all. Very good squash to grow in the Pacific Northwest. Our largest fruit was 22 pounds (that is on only 8-9 hours of direct sun a day and night time temps rarely above 65). Harvest only after mature fruits have turned orange, the stem starts to turn yellow and the squash is hollow (gently pat). This has to be one of my all time favorite squash to eat. Don't pass this one up! It will remain a staple in my garden for years to come.
14 out of 15 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? great taste, very prolific
What are the cons? I have found no dislikes
I grew 3 plants and got enough for my family and had a bunch left to sell great variety for NY
25 out of 26 people found the following review helpful:
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Big, gorgeous fruit - 15-25 lbs apiece, up to 4/plant, staggered ripenening. Plants set and drop some small fruit, keep and mature big ones. Not an overly big vine for such big squash - less than 15' long. Hottest summer in decades in Colorado didn't bother them. Squirrels, grasshoppers, birds and dogs didn't bother them. Baked and processed the one that cracked when it fell off the fence; dry, sweet, thick walls, seeds easy to clean and made good pepinos. Excellent dry flavorful flesh. The rest are in storage or still on the vine 1st week of September. Will plant again, very impressed; hope it will tolerate slightly cooler summers.