Squash Seeds, Tahitian Butternut
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Tahitian Butternut squash, came of note first back in the 1970s by Steve Spangler of Exotica Rare Fruit (a really cool guy if you want tropical plants) and is a Tropical variant of what we in the non-tropics call Winter Squash. The flavor is particularly The fruit is very large and long, weighing 8-40# more often near the 40# and a small seed cavity. variety. In cooler climates the plants need to be started indoors because they do have a long growing season and want hot weather in the summer. The vines are vigorous and can yield over 100# of fruit per plant. The fruit is long and curved. The young plants need care but they are very disease resistant once established. Untreated seed.
|Botanical Name||Cucurbita moschata|
|Approx no. of seeds||40|
|Est. Maturity (days)||140|