Sibley squash

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The Sibley Squash, which is also known as "Pike's Peak," was obtained from a woman in Van Dinam, Iowa, who had grown it for more than fifty years. Hiram Sibley & Company of Rochester, New York, introduced it commercially in 1887. The Sibley is a Hubbard-type squash with moderately vigorous 12-15 foot vines. The slate blue, teardrop-shaped fruits have very shallow ribs and weigh from 8 to 10 pounds. Its medium-thick orange flesh is flavorful and sweet. The flesh becomes drier and richer with storage, reaching its peak right after the turn of the New Y

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