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Tahitian Squash

Organic Tahitian Squash Seeds

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tahitian organic squash seedsCucurbita pepo

Organic Tahitian Squash Seeds


2 grams ~15 seeds, 110 days from 2nd set of leaves, to maturity


Large butternut type squash with extremely long necks.  What this means is a very small seed cavity at the bottom and lots of solid usable flesh. 

Golden-orange flesh that gets sweeter as it is stored.

Silky sweet taste and texture. 

Can weight between 8-30 pounds.  Can grow 3'+

Extremely hard to find.

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1" 90-110 70-85 3-10 48" 24-36" 100 lb. Full

Planting Tips For Heirloom Winter Squash Seeds:

Heirloom winter squash don't mind the heat as much as their name implies.  Only plant once the soil temperature warms to at least 70 degrees and keep in mind that most heirloom varieties of winter squash take 110 days to mature.  So be sure to leave enough time to allow them to fully develop. 

Plant 3-6 heirloom squash seeds per hill.  Once they have shown true leaves and grown in size, you should thin out to the 3 strongest plants.  Remember, harvest these winter squash continually in order to keep the plant producing.

Seed Care tips for Heirloom Winter Squash:

Heirloom seeds are hardy but always take care with your garden seeds to give them the appropriate amount of moisture - not letting the vegetable seeds dry out prematurely or overwatering and possibly having them rot.


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Customer Reviews

  • Author: Don Reeves
    This squash is doing well in Middle Tennessee. I planted on 5-9-14, and the T. squash to turn golden brown before 8-8-14, and huge at over a 1 1/2 ft. long and still growing.
  • Author: Kate
    The description states it's Cucurbita pepo. But also mentioned it's butternut type squash which should be C. moschata?

    Please confirm if it's C. pepo or C. maschata. Thanks

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