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What are the pros? Delicious
What are the cons? Squirrels think so too.
Heck with growing pumpkins. These are delicious and easy to grow. Very good keeper. Low maintenance. Again, absolutely delicious. Growing in zone 9b.
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2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow
What are the cons? none
I harvested so many and did not have enough! Sweet and taty roasted, in soups and cut in chunks added to lentil curry. I miserly and reluctantly gifted a few to close friends lol! One of the best that tolerates our hot weather they did very well. I saved some for a few months too and it did not lose its flavour at all.BTW, I had to put state of Texas tho I am from Malaysia
7 out of 7 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Great producer, great taste!
Toledo, Ohio. Produced wonderfully, harvested as early as Aug. 13. Very wonderfully buttery flavor!
12 out of 12 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Prolific, long keepers
I planted 3 vines in the summer of 2012 and got over 30 squash ranging from 1 lb to 10lbs. They are also very long keepers as I am down to one squash in April of 2013. Excellent roasted and for soups.
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This squash did very well in my garden, it managed to avoid the mold that killed off all the other squash leaves even though it was intermingled with the spaghetti and zucchini squash. We got about 5 squash per plant of varying sizes.These are delicious baked, my family asks for a butternut squash dish about once a week because they are so tasty.