Product review for Argonaut Hybrid Butternut Winter Squash
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- Sunday, September 16, 2007
Reviewed By: virginia (great bend, kansas)
The squash to grow for a lots of meat. Thick, very sweet and enormous. Our favorite winter squash now! Especially good for large families.
- Sunday, January 06, 2008
Oh My God!
Reviewed By: Toni (Cooleemee, North Carolina)
All the taste of a butter nut, but twice the size. Just one of these was enough for three dinners, after being cooked. This plant will be a fixture in my garden from now on.
- Sunday, June 28, 2009
Reviewed By: Caroline King (Haughton, LA)
First year for Argonaut. Walthams have always been good crop each year but this year we placed them in a different area of the garden and they all but died and produce small fruits. The argonaut have been very successful and large. They are about 4 weeks from harvest. I only have one concern, mine are still green in color and large but not one bit orange like the picture.
- Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Bigger and better
Reviewed By: Lee (Des Moines, IA)
Wow! I'll never waste garden space on butternuts again. Argonauts are HUGE on healthy, aggressive vines. My vines climbed my 6-ft tomato cages & sprouted 2-ft,fat squash, which happily hung there thru Iowa's notorious "walls of wind" & tornado gales. Spring was cold, I planted late, I harvested green 'uns & they ripened over time in my kitchen (~68 degrees, usually). Made pies with the last ones after Christmas. These are a great leap forward in getting the most food from the least space.
- Friday, March 12, 2010
THIS BUTTERNUT ROCKS!!!
Reviewed By: Marc Richter (Charlotte, VT)
This is one of my favorites! I have been growing it since Gurney's introduced it! It is all that is promised. In 2008 my largest fruit was 25 pounds! It lasted a full year and I ate it August 2009! It made a delicious Butternut Squash Bisque.