This forerunner of the modern-day butternut varieties is believed to have originated in Pennsylvania, U.S.A. A very old form of Butternut squash with a large long curving neck. Interior is thick rich sweet yellow-orange flesh with a nutty flavor. Grows well in the southern U.S.A.
|Classification||Days To Maturity||Fruit Size||Weight||Skin Color||Habit|
|Squash||100-120||Average 18″ to 30″ long and 3″ to 5″ inches in width, and ending in a 9″ bulb.||10 -30#||smooth light-Buff/Tan||Vines grow to 6 feet, producing 4-5 squash per plant.|
|Seed Depth||Seeds Per group||Seed Spacing||Space Between Hills||Day To Germination||Thin To (Plants Per hill)|
|Cucurbita||Moschata||Very Old – Date Unknown||Yes||Excellent resistance to vine borers.|
|Usage||Edible – Very good food qualities.|
|Space Saver||Pick young and use as summer squash.|