True Green Improved Hubbard105 days — The vines bear ten to fifteen pound, dark green skinned, golden-fleshed fruit. Great for canning, freezing and is an excellent keeper.
James J. H. Gregory introduced the 'Hubbard Squash' to the seed trade. Originally brought to New England from South America or the West Indies, the variety had been grown in Marblehead as early as the 1830s. A neighbor to the Gregory's, Elizabeth Hubbard (also known as "Marm Hubbard"), recognized the properties of the squash and brought them the seeds saying, "it was the best squash she had ever tasted in her life."
Each packet contains three grams, which is approximately 12 seeds.