Pearl Sutton wrote:These bins are often full of heirloom squash, and they will grow up to be like the parents if you save your seeds.
Cindy Haskin wrote:
I'm very interested in how thick the flesh is. I think its a total waste of space to find out after I've either grown or just purchased a pumpkin to find thin walls between the skin and seed cavity. My favorite in this aspect has been a jarrahdale, looking much like that blue doll above. Rather squatty, a greyish blue color with deep orange, thick-walled flesh. I wish I could remember the flavor profile.
Terry Winkelmann wrote:This is an excellent and really useful post. Thank you so much.