Famous for its fiberless, sweet orange flesh, Burgess Buttercup was developed in North Dakota as a substitute for sweet potatoes. The dark green, blocky fruits have a distinctive gray button on the blossom end - the "turban," which can be carved out as the entryway to the delicious flesh within. Burgess Buttercup has a long and acclaimed history, and has been repeatedly and routinely recognized as a variety of significant merit. Yields 3-4 fruits per plant weighing 3-5 lb. each. An average of 165 seeds/oz.
25 seeds per packet.
One packet will sow 20' row at 6-10" spacing. Thin to 18-48" between plants.