Pale yellow fruits of Spaghetti squash store well after harvest and can be eaten later in the fall and winter. Once cooked, flesh breaks into spaghetti-like strands and can be scooped with a spoon. Mix with cheese and black beans when hot, and serve with your favorite sauce. Carb friendly, delicious and productive. Known to be originally from Japan.
Our current seed stock was grown by farmer and seed grower Celeste Tannenbaum of Alliance, OH.
Packet has 20 seeds