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Butternut Squash Seeds

$ 2.95
SKU P15784S

 BUTTERNUT SQUASH ,Terrific baked, steamed or stuffed, No GMO ( Organic seeds)

Waltham has a creamy, rich, dry yellow-orange flesh that has a nutty flavor. Vine are extremely vigorous so leave plenty of room for this butternut. Waltham Butternut makes one of our absolute favorite soups for a cold rainy day. Introduced by Bob Young of Waltham, MA. Waltham Butternut is an excellent keeper. We have had some last as long as 6 months!

  • 4 g - Approximately 25 Seeds
  • 4 oz - Approximately 675 Seeds
  • 1 lb - Approximately 2,700 Seeds
    • Light: Full sun
    • Fruit size: 1 to 3 pounds
    • Matures: 82 days
    • Plant spacing: 48 to 60 inches apart
    • Avg. 4,900 seeds/lb. Packet: 10 seeds

      Heirloom. This variety, Waltham Butternut, has a hard, yellow to tan exterior but delicious sweet, orange flesh inside. Exceptional quality, no stringiness. This long-lasting squash stores all winter. Try it steamed, boiled or baked. Extremely rich in vitamin A. This is the most common winter squash used to make the popular, creamy soup by the same name, and it is a popular baking squash. A 1970 All-America Selections winner.

      Larger fruits with small seed cavities and thick, straight, cylindrical necks. Fruits avg. 9" long, avg. 4-5 lb. Flesh has smooth texture and sweet flavor, particularly after 2 months of storage. This 1970 All-America Selections winner from Massachusetts is still deservedly the most widely grown, full-size O.P. butternut. Avg. yield: 4-5 fruits/plant. 

      Growing :Fertile, well-drained soil with a pH of 5.8–6.8 is best. Plastic mulch and fabric row covers (AG-19 grade) can aide plant establishment and exclude insect pests during the seedling stage. Row covers should be removed when plants begin to flower. Poor fruit development may indicate insufficient pollination.
      TRANSPLANTING :Sow 2-3 seeds per 2" container or plug flat about 3 weeks prior to transplanting. Thin to 1 plant/container or cell with scissors. Harden plants 4–7 days prior to transplanting. After danger of frost has passed, transplant out according to the spacing recommendations for each variety Handle seedlings carefully; minimal root disturbance is best.
      DIRECT SEEDING :Sow 2 seeds at the appropriate spacing interval for the variety's vine length, 1/2-1" deep. Thin to 1 plant per spacing interval after seedlings are established.
      PLANT SPACING:Bush to short-vine habits generally require 6' between-row spacing, while long-vine habits require 12' between-row spacing. In-row spacing depends on fruit size and is generally: small, 18-24"; medium, 24-36"; large, 36-48"

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