|Title||Cuban squash large, tomatoes|
|Plant Description||have a lot of cuban calabaza squash (these are huge about 13 inch by 13 inch inside is yellow to orange with a lot of meat and seeds beta carotene loaded, also large tomato, cherry tomato, bell peppers red, orange and yellow. NEED BEETS, LOOKING FOR DETROIT RED, OR ANY LARGE BEET. I can send you a lot of seeds.|
|Bloom Description||will bear in late summer to early winter, I picked the last one two weeks ago in California|
|Days till Harvest/Bloom||40|
|Year Seeds were Harvested||2010|
|Plant Grow Zones||virtually all zones in summer and late spring|
|Planting Tips||squash will grow vigorously and product 13 inch circumference squash. Cherry is very high producer.|
|Where the Seeds were Harvested||2011|
|Seeds have been tested||YES|
|Number of Seeds||10|
|Seed Sale or Exchange||For Exchange|
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