Honey Nut Squash
Honey Nut was developed by the university of Cornell. Plants produce numerous small portion sized “butternuts” that are sweeter than normal butternut. Merely cut in half and bake! An very interesting addition to your vegetable garden. The plants have a high tolerance / resistance to powdery mildew which makes it perfect for planting a bit later than you would normally plant pumpkins in South Africa. It’s a relatively new release so not an heirloom just yet but sure to become one over time.
The plants of Honeynut Squash produce at around 110 days and does not take up a lot of space. It is best to trellis these plants, but can be left to creep on the ground as well.
Honeynut belongs to the C Moschata species.
Approximately 10 seeds
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