Seeds Black Hubbard Squash
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Package of 30 Black Hubbard Squash seeds. The vines bear ten to twenty-five pound, dark green skinned, golden-fleshed fruit.
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Black Hubbard Squash are a really dark green appearing almost black. These heritage variety of squash have a flesh that is very similar in color, and flavor of the more familiar Butternut variety. They require approximately 105 days to be ready for harvest. The vines bear ten to twenty-five pound, dark green skinned, golden-fleshed fruit. Great for canning, freezing and has an excellent storage life. The Black Hubbard is one of at least five species of cultivated squash, is one of the most diverse domesticated species, perhaps with more cultivated forms than any other crop. This species originated in South America over 4000 years ago. Different squash types of this species were introduced into North America as early as the 16th century. By the American Revolution, the species was in cultivation by Native American tribes throughout the present-day United States. By the early 19th century, at least three varieties are known to have been commercially introduced in North America from seeds obtained from Native Americans.
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