Cucurbita maxima. Not a Navajo squash ... but from a market in Navajoa, Sonora Mexico, not far from the coast of the Gulf of California. This is an unusual low elevation hubbard squash. A variable variety, with two fruit types: teardrop shaped bumpy blue-gray, and deep green oblongs with gold striping. Mild flavor and hard shells, so they likely will keep well through the winter. From our Seed Bank Collection.
- Origin: low elevation coastal, about 130' elevation
- Approx. 15 seeds (5 g).
- Limit 3 packets please.