50 days. A very ancient Native American heirloom squash, grown by the Northern tribes for hundreds of years. This type was depicted by Europeans back to 1591, and is one of the best-tasting and highest-yielding varieties still around today! Great fried or baked. Flat fruit with scalloped edges--beautiful!
Organic Non-GMO This is for 1 seedling that will be 2 inches or taller.
Original Seed Source: Wild Boar Farms, Baker Creek Seeds and Main Street Seed & Supply. Credit: Wild Boar Farms, Main Street Seed & Supply, World Tomato Society, Reimer seeds, Baker Creek Seed, Vertiloom, organicseeds.top, tradewindsfruit, organicseed.co, Eden Brothers.
*** We grow our plants right out in the New Mexico weather and in full sun. We recommend allowing a day or two for your new babies get acclimated to your climate. At that point, your plant should recover from any stress due to shipping as well, and is ready to plant in the ground or a container. ***
This is for 1 seedling that will be 2 inches or taller.