Saturday, January 21, 2012

Wish You Had Winter Squash?

This spring, you can choose to plant a few varieties of Winter Squash so that your wish will be granted.   Planted in Spring and harvested in Autumn, most Winter Squash keeps well through the winter.  

From creamy Butternut Squash Soup, toasty oven roasted Acorn Squash, to the exotic flavor of Baked Sweetmeat Squash, you can plant these Heirloom Seeds in Spring, gaze upon the broad green leaves all Summer,and eat these green, orange, and golden treasures from October to February, March, or longer!

For Butternut Squash Seeds consider:

For Heirloom Acorn Squash Seeds that were introduced in 1913:

Exotic Sweet Meat Squash Seeds:

For delicious ways to prepare Winter Squash, this little book at $3.99 will expand your Squash Cuisine Skills:

May your pantry or root cellar and family be blessed this fall with Luscious Winter Squash!

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