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J.
SVB slayer

We love pumpkin pie and pumpkin bread. And I just love everything about winter squash, quite frankly; the vines, the way they grow, the way they look... the way they... pie. For the past few years, we've been unable to grow any pumpkins and very few summer squash. And we've developed a murderous hatred for the squash vine borer because of that. This year we decided to try the butternut as we heard they are resistant to the SVB (curse them all and their progeny). We did not get a single zucchini or patty pan. Not one. But the Waltham Butternut is the apparently the honey badger of the squash world- it just doesn't give a $#&*. We planted two vines. They've each got at least a dozen squash on them- some of which are almost ready and we've a month to go before a frost. Gonna be a good year for pie.

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D.D.
5/5

My biggest fall seller at my stand.