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1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Taste great! Grows well.
What are the cons? none.
First time growing butternut squash. We like eating butternut squash but don't like paying $4/pound for organic butternuts in the store. So we decided to grow our own this summer. Wow. A fresh picked & cooked butternut is so much better.
We planted 6 plants in an unused area of the yard and they've grown the tastiest butternuts ever. Yield is very good. Plants are strong. The squash is perfect size for us. We've had no diseases to worry about. We let them just take the area over and they rewarded us with squash to spare. We shared them with friends. The vines have grown like monsters and are still spreading & flowering with no signs of stopping. We've had a hot & humid summer, not much rain, but the vines have done so well.
Great seeds. Great germination. Great squash. We bought some other squash seeds, but choose to plant this one. Glad we did. This one will be a "plant every year' variety for us. Thanks Baker Creek!
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7 out of 7 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Great yield, sweet taste.
What are the cons? None
Butternut Waltham Squash was the best crop we ever grew in our garden in the Fall of 2015. It yielded more than 24 squash for the season, some of which we preserved for future use. We sowed the seeds on a prepared vegetable patch and did not encounter any disease or insect problems. Does great in hardiness zone 8A. Beautiful sweet tasting butternut, great for soups, stews and gratin!
10 out of 10 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Large, prolific, delicious
I have grown these for the last three years. The squashes average 5 pounds. Four plants last year produced 27 beautiful and delicious squashes. They keep well over winter.
19 out of 19 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? everything
What are the cons? none
This is always in our garden! It gives strong yields even in drought/hot temperatures. Flavor is loved by the entire family. I cannot praise this squash enough.
32 out of 33 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow
May 10, 2014: I direct-sowed two seeds in my small garden patch. Both seeds germinated. The plants were watered once per week during the hottest part of the summer. The first squash was harvested at 115 days.
To cure the squash, we placed them on a screen stretched between two saw-horses. It is now April 2015, and we are about to eat the last squash!