Waltham Butternut Winter Squash Seeds

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Butternut Squash Seeds For Planting - Waltham Heirloom Non-GMO Winter Storage Vegetable

  • GREAT FLAVOR - Waltham butternut squash seeds produce butternut squash with that deep rich flavor we've all come to know and love.

  • STORAGE - Butternut squash can be stored for a long time during the winter months due to its thick skin.  This is why it is classified as winter squash.

  • USA - All of our seeds, including the Waltham Butternut Squash seeds, are heirloom, open-pollinated and non-GMO, and grown in the USA.  Harvest your seeds at the end of the season and use them for next year's garden!

  • PACKETS - Each Butternut Squash plant seeds packet is printed on water-resistant paper, in full color with growing and harvesting directions included.  Each packet contains approx 3g of seeds.

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Days Until Maturity: 85-100

Planting Depth: 1"

Plant Spacing: 24" - 36"

Days to Germination: 7-14

Start Indoors: 3-4 Weeks Before Last Frost or Direct Sow

Sun or Shade: Full Sun

Weight: Approx. 3g

USDA Hardiness Zones: 3-10

Soil PH: Slightly Acidic

Plant Height: Approx. 15"

When to Plant: April to May

When to Harvest: July to August

Moisture Needs: Regular Watering

The Waltham Butternut Squash is sweet and delicious. This is a vining plant that will produce 3-4 squash per vine. Each squash can weigh around 3-6 pounds. Many people plant this as it stores well, far into winter. That way, you can enjoy your harvest months after you've harvested. To harvest, you can pick the butternut squash when the stem starts to turn brown from its green state. If you notice that they stop growing, that is a good indication that you can harvest.

Butternut squash is extremely easy to grow. Both seasoned and first-time gardeners will enjoy the success they have with these seeds.

Butternut squash vine, so they need plenty of room to grow if left on the ground. For this reason, it is best if they are spaced 2-3' apart. It has recently become trendy to grow the butternut squash plants vertically on some trellis, so it takes up less ground space in the garden.

Butternut Squash Seeds Are Great For:

*Squash Lovers
*Winter Food Storage
*Survival Seeds
*Soups and Stews
*Can Replace Sweet Potatoes in Recipes
*Can Replace Pumpkins in Recipes