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Trailing. Unique introduction in the butternuts. Squash Barbara Butternut has a rich orange, delicious tasting flesh with an unusual striped green skin. Culinary note: Some parts of these flowers are edible. For more details about edible flowers click here. More InfoBuy Now
…yields of 5-6 squash per plant! Butternut Squash ?Hunter? forms a bushy, open plant that allows the sunlight to penetrate for improved ripening. Crops are quick to set and ripen, so you can harvest the pale-tan, pear-shaped fruits, in just 95 days from sowing.… More InfoBuy Now
This variety of Squash Waltham Butternut from Duchy Originals produces attractive tan coloured fruits with sweet, creamy yellow flesh. Culinary note: Some parts of these flowers are edible. For more details about edible flowers click here. More InfoBuy Now
Bushy. An outstanding early British-bred Butternut squash. In T&M's trials Squash Harrier F1 was the quickest to ripen, and was ready to harvest approximately 95 days from sowing. The bushy plants of Squash Harrier have an open habit allowing the sun to… More InfoBuy Now
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