95 days. (C. mixta) This moderatly sweet squash was once used as a sweet potato substitute. When you first cut one open, you'll see why. It's great for pies and puddings. It's heat tolerant and vine boarer resistant. It was first developed between 7,000 to 3,000 BC by the indigenious people of Central America, where it is still prized today. It's appreciation has spread all over the Americas and can be especially appreciated by southern US indigenious communities. 

 

Squash, Green Striped Cushaw

SKU: SQ2
$3.00Price
  • 20 Seeds Minimum. 

Skhawáʔkye

1327 Indian Woods Road Windsor,NC 27983
(804)-715-1391


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