Thai Kang Kob Pumpkin
(C. moschata) A lovely sea green colored squash that turns chestnut color in storage; pumpkin-shaped, very ribbed and warted. Weighs about 6-8 lbs and a favorite here at Baker Creek; vines produced well and had good resistance to squash bugs and other pests. The orange flesh is richly flavored, sweet and fragrant; great for curries, soups, stir-fries and more. Andrew Kaiser brought back this great variety from Thailand in 2006. Good for fall displays and markets.
Minimum Seed Count: 20