Uncooked, the bright yellow inner flesh of Spaghetti squash looks similar to any other winter squash. When cooked the flesh takes on the appearance of noodles or spaghetti. This inner flesh can be baked, boiled, steamed or prepared in the microwave and has an affinity for butter, oil and tomato sauce. Harvested in the fall, the sturdy, creamy-yellow shell of Spaghetti squash keeps the tasty inner flesh fresh until winter or even spring. The oblong fruits are up to 9" long and 6" in diameter and weigh an average of 2-4 lbs. 4-5 fruits per plant. 88 days. An average of 210 seeds/oz.
25 seeds per packet.
One packet will sow 20' row at 6-10" spacing. Thin to 18-48" between plants.