Crowned Squash: especially decorative fruits for decorations. This is a blend of beautiful and durable forms. Very vigorous, lush rambling on fences and trellises, the squash can last up to almost a year after harvesting. The exotic shape of the fruit of this unusual ornamental squash is highly decorative and looks like a crown. The colors of this mixture look, classy and appealing. The long vines climb up from the plant and quickly and lushly cover fences, trellises, arbors and walls - and make for beautiful summer decorations with numerous white flowers. In the autumn, the squash can be harvested. They are particularly durable - and can be stored in a cool, dry place for nearly a year. They are ideal for fall decorations and dried arrangements. The fruit ripens from September to October.
|Sowing Schedule: || April, May |
|Length of germination: || 1-2 Weeks |
|Harvest: || August, September |
|Brands: || Kiepenkerl |
|Where to plant: || Pre-sow in a greenhouse |
|Content sufficient for approx:: || 10-30 plants |
|Available As:: || One portion of seeds |