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Argonaut Hybrid Butternut Winter Squash
Outstanding, Sweet Flavor!
(10 customer reviews)
Youíll love Argonautís honey-sweet flavor and meaty texture; tastes much better than older butternut types like Waltham! Enormous butternut type, bright gold fruits are 15-27 in. and weigh 30 lbs. or more. Will hold up to 8 months in storage. Vigorous vines are easy to grow. 140 DAYS.
This item ships at the proper planting time for your region in both spring and fall.
If the current shipping season is closed, your order will ship at the proper time in the next season.
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- Monday, May 13, 2013
BIGGEST BUTTERNUT EVER
Reviewed By: Chris (Port Byron, IL)
ever see invasion of the body snatchers? nuff said!
- Tuesday, April 19, 2011
excellent keeper too
Reviewed By: Colin (Leesburg, VA)
Giant squash that keep extremely well. I picked some that weren't ripe (due to the 140-150 days maturitiy) and we have been eating them all winter. I still have one remaining that I picked in October and it is just about 100% orange now. No signs of spoilage and it has been 6 months!
- Sunday, March 20, 2011
you won't be sorry
Reviewed By: Mike M (Middletown , NY)
Every year I would try something new in the garden, I tried this one a few years ago and it has earned a spot every year. Its sweeter than acorn, smoother than butter cup. I cut it into 1" cubes and roast them in the oven with carrots potatoes and parsnip. I'll always grow this one. you have to try it to believe. I never thought a squash this big could be so good.
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