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Jarrahdale Winter Squash
Jarradale Winter Squash
Jarrahdale Winter Squash
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Cucurbita maxima

100 days — Originally from Australia, it is similar to 'Sweet Meat'. The fruits are wider than they are tall, deeply ribbed, and range in weight from ten to twelve pounds but can reach twenty. The rinds are hard and blue-grey in color. The flesh is fine grained, dry, sweet, nearly stringless, orange-yellow in color and excellent for baking or in pies. Vining. They store well. Each packet contains three grams, which is approximately 15 seeds.
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Wonderful Pumpkin Substitute
I use this sweet winter squash as a pumpkin substitute. It makes delicious bread, cookies, cakes and pies. Each Jarrahdale yields two to three times as much fruit as a traditional pie pumpkin, and the texture of the fruit is not stringy like pumpkins. This year I will can as much as possible for my winter baking.
Reviewed by: Janet Colford from Maine. on 10/5/2016
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