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Organic Kindred Orange Buttercup Winter Squash
Organic Kindred Orange Buttercup Winter Squash
Organic Kindred Orange Buttercup Winter Squash


 
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We are impressed with Kindred Orange, let us count the ways. First, it is the first maxima squash to ripen in our fields. Second, it's darling: each bright red-orange fruit has a slate green-gray starburst on the bottom. Next, Kindred Orange has quintessential maxima sweet, creamy flesh that melts in your mouth. Fourth, cured with care you'll enjoy them long into the winter. Lastly, each 3 to 4 pound fruit is a perfect two-person serving.What's not to love?

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Organic Kindred Orange Buttercup Winter Squash We are impressed with Kindred Orange, let us count the ways. First, it is the first maxima squash to ripen in our fields. Second, it's darling: each bright red-orange fruit has a slate green-gray starburst on the bottom. Next, Kindred Orange has quintessential maxima sweet, creamy flesh that melts in your mouth. Fourth, cured with care you'll enjoy them long into the winter. Lastly, each 3 to 4 pound fruit is a perfect two-person serving. What's not to love?

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Gardeners in Alaska rejoice growing Kindred Orange, confident they'll have a consistent crop of winter squash even in their short season.)


90 days to maturity

Cucurbita maxima

Average Rating: 3 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

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November 21, 2017
Reviewer: Marian Prezyna from WALES CENTER, NY United States  
This note is NOT for any online order but for what we purchased at your store.  We visited and bought calendula which was amazing .... very high yield and high quality.  However, we also bought epazote and only one seed germinated.  It did not grow to an appreciable size.

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November 15, 2017
Reviewer: Anne Cavanaugh from Petersham, MA United States  
This grew near our other squashes, but I think it lost the race for ground space.  We had one small squash to harvest.

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