Winter Squash – Waltham Butternut

Prolific vines produce several butternut squashes that reach 4-6 pounds and 9-10″ long. Fruits store exceptionally well and feature cylindrical necks with small seed cavities and sweet orange flesh.

Start winter butternut squash seeds indoors 3-4 weeks before last frost, with 2-3 seeds per plug. Alternatively, sow directly in hills outside after danger of frost is past. Plant in fertile, well-draining soil. Thin to the strongest two vines per hill.

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