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Golden Hubbard Winter Squash

Hubbard, Golden - Winter Squash

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Fruits have a red-orange rind with tan striping at the blossom end. Flesh is fine grained, very dry, rich, and sweet.
Golden Hubbard
Cucurbita maxima

105 days — 'Golden Hubbard' squash has many of the same characteristics of other Hubbard-types (see links below) but its vigorous, twelve to fifteen foot vines produce fruits with a deep, red-orange rind and greenish-tan striping at the blossom end of the fruit.

Along with the difference in color, 'Golden Hubbard' is more productive and has smaller fruits that other variants. Averaging eight to ten pounds each, its flesh is fine grained, very dry, rich, and sweet making it a great choice for canning and freezing. Additionally, it is an excellent keeper.

'Golden Hubbard' was introduced in 1898 by D. M. Ferry & Co.,[1] with credit for the variety going to  J. J. Harrison of the Storrs & Harrison Company.[1,2] Each packet contains four grams, which is approximately 18 to 20 seeds.

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