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Love butternut squash? This guide on how to grow butternut squash will teach you how to plant butternut squash seeds and care for butternut squash plants, and when to harvest butternut squash. Also included are tips on starting butternut squash from seedlings instead and keeping pests off your butternut squash plants.
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Grow Zucchini Vertically: Use a tomato cage to contain zucchini and summer squash. Bonus is growing zucchini vertically keeps the foliage and fruit above the ground reducing moisture, pests, and the onset of fungal diseases. Visit for more tips.
95-100 days. Nice bush squash that will not take up tons of space like the standard Buttercup squash. These turban type fruits have dark green skin with some light green/creamish lines running longitudinally. Sweet, orange, string-less flesh. Usually between 3-4 fruits at 3 - 5 lb each. Great storage squash and a New England favorite. Contains 15 heirloom seeds
Want to grow perfectly ripe and blemish-free cantaloupes, honeydews, small watermelons, and squash in your garden this year? Then check out these cool new Garden Cradles. These handy cradles stake down into the soil to elevate various melons, squash, and other fruit up and off the ground to increase air circulation underneath to prevent rot and promote even ripening. They come in set of six, are reusable, and nest for compact off-season storage.