Baked Potato Seeds Winter Squash

(P) Pkt of 20 seeds
Item #52873-PK-P1
$5.95
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Description

Sweet, nutty flavor

Days to Maturity: 105

Delectable, nutty flavored squash adds harmonious tan color to your dinner plate. Baked Potato Winter Squash are a large, 1½-pound acorn variety grown on a compact bush plant. This squash matures in 105 days and holds flavor well.

Sow seeds in the soil after the threat of frost has passed. Harvest fruits before they grow too large and when the skin is shiny.

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Genus Cucurbita
Species pepo
Item Form (P) Pkt of 20 seeds
Days to Maturity 105
Seeds Per Pack 20
Plant Height 2 ft 3 in - 2 ft 6 in
Plant Width 10 ft - 11 ft
Additional Characteristics Direct Sow
Light Requirements Full Sun
Moisture Requirements Moist,  well-drained
Soil Tolerance Normal,  loamy

Product Review Summary

Based on 2 reviews
The average rating for this product is 3 out of 5 stars
Overall Rating: 3.0/5.0

Customer Reviews

July 08, 2021

S l ooooo w to germinate.

This shopper rated the product 3 out of 5 stars

Ive grown these 2 years in a row. While the plants are compact, and produce well, 4 to 7 nice size squash per plant, these are very very slow to germinate and less than 50% of the seeds per pact germinated at all. Park should double the number of seeds per pack or at least cut the price per pack in half. And double the time expected for germination. This year i pre germinated in paper towels and a plast bag and the germination rate was consistantly less than 50%.

Brian from PA
July 08, 2021

S l ooooo w to germinate.

This shopper rated the product 3 out of 5 stars

Ive grown these 2 years in a row. While the plants are compact, and produce well, 4 to 7 nice size squash per plant, these are very very slow to germinate and less than 50% of the seeds per pact germinated at all. Park should double the number of seeds per pack or at least cut the price per pack in half. And double the time expected for germination. This year i pre germinated in paper towels and a plast bag and the germination rate was consistantly less than 50%.

Brian . from PA

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