RED WARTY PUMPKIN
The flesh of the 'Red Warty Thing' has a very hard, thick rind, and stringless, fine-grained flesh, which is of excellent eating quality, comparable to that of the Hubbard squash. But this variety is also valued for its decorative qualities, the bright orange fruits weighing up to 20 lbs, and keeping well into the winter. This variety is from the respected U.S.A. Seed Bank.
Very heavy feeders, they need soil heavily amended with manure, compost, or other source of lots of nutrients. Sow in place in full sun after last frost; or start a couple weeks earlier indoors, but never let squash transplants become root-bound, and do not disturb the roots in transplanting. Seed are sown up to one inch deep. Grow 4-5 feet apart
Common name:ROTE WARZE
Packet Content:10 (Approx)