Table Queen Acorn Winter Squash
Table Queen Acorn Winter Squash

Table Queen Acorn Winter Squash

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Green-shelled variety that resembles an acorn in shape.
Table Queen Acorn
Cucurbita pepo

80 days — 'Table Queen' is a green-shelled variety whose fruit resemble an acorn in shape and reach about six inches in diameter at maturity. Once cured, the squash stores well. Great for cutting in half and baking. Introduced by the Iowa Seed Company in 1913, it is a vining-type plant. Each packet contains three grams, which is approximately 30 seeds.
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This was a new plant to grow in 2013. I grew this plant with my corn and other winter squashes. I planted the seeds in mounds. I mulch my gardens and the vines grow very nicely with the corn. I put out 3 mounds and got about 20-30 squash. These are very easy to cook and have a nice taste. I didn't process these but am storing them in cold storage. They are still doing great in January storing them in a cool area. I feed them to my chickens as well as cook with them. Very easy to grow and they make nice fall decorations as well.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Southern Illinois. on 1/3/2014
I grow these every year because their season is so short that I'm guaranteed a crop. They store decently well, not as well as some other varieties but are good for a few months.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Western Washington. on 9/17/2020
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