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Organic Honeynut Winter Squash
Organic Honeynut Winter Squash
Organic Honeynut Winter Squash


 
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We love Honeynut! Super sweet and lusciously creamy, Honeynut is the length of a spoon and was developed here in the Finger Lakes by Dr. Michael Mazourek at Cornell University.


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Organic Honeynut Winter Squash We love Honeynut! Super sweet and lusciously creamy, Honeynut is the length of a spoon and was developed here in the Finger Lakes by Dr. Michael Mazourek at Cornell University. Each fruit averages less than one pound and will store well in January when cured well. Honeynut will ripen from green to mottled green/bronze to full buff bronze when fully mature. Though it is a long day squash its resistance to Powdery Mildew assures your crop will have the full season to mature if you get it planted in early June.

110 days to maturity

Cucurbita moschata


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November 15, 2017
Reviewer: Anne Cavanaugh from Petersham, MA United States  
A cutie squash and so sweet!  We have plenty stored to keep us happy this winter.

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This is Now My Favorite Squash! November 3, 2017
Reviewer: Herrick Kimball from Moravia, N.Y.  
I grew this squash for the first time this year (2017) and they are a delight. So sweet, and sized for convenience. They grew well on a trellis. I got lots of squashes from a few plants. My wife made carmelized onion, apple and sausage stuffed Honeynut squash for dinner today. I can't say enough good about this variety.

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Poor germination September 26, 2017
Reviewer: Tom from Troy, NY United States  
I was again disappointed as I had maybe 20% germination at most and then only ended up getting three squash all season. Other squash varieties did better. May try again.

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