Heirloom Squash ‘Shishigatani’ Japanese Pumpkin

Heirloom Squash ‘Shishigatani’ Japanese Pumpkin

Description

Rare and historic Japanese pumpkin from the 1800s, with delicious, nutty, fine-grained flesh. The ribbed, warty, bottle-shaped green fruits turn tan when mature. 110 days from transplant. OP
Care: Plant 4-5′ apart in rows 6-8′ apart in full sun. Leave on the vine as long as possible, until rinds have hardened. Bring in after the first light frost, before rains.

Product Description

Rare and historic Japanese pumpkin from the 1800s, with delicious, nutty, fine-grained flesh. The ribbed, warty, bottle-shaped green fruits turn tan when mature. 110 days from transplant. OP
Care: Plant 4-5′ apart in rows 6-8′ apart in full sun. Leave on the vine as long as possible, until rinds have hardened. Bring in after the first light frost, before rains.

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