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Hubbard, Golden - Winter Squash
Golden Hubbard Winter Squash
Hubbard, Golden - Winter Squash
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Golden Hubbard
Cucurbita maxima

105 days — This variety of Hubbard-type squash has many of the same characteristics of others but its vines produce fruits with a deep, red-orange rind and greenish-tan striping at the blossom end of the fruit. The flesh is fine grained, very dry, rich and sweet making it great for canning and freezing.  Additionally, it is an excellent keeper.

Along with the difference in color, 'Golden Hubbard' is more productive and has smaller fruits.  'Golden Hubbard' originated as sport of the well-known Hubbard and was introduced in 1896 by Storrs & Harrison Company.[1]  Each packet contains three grams, which is approximately 15 seeds.

1.  "List of American Varieties of Vegetables for the Years 1901 and 1902," by W. W. Tracy, Jr., USDA, 1903
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