Table Queen Acorn Squash - Diane's Flower Seeds
Squash 'Table Queen Acorn'

Table Queen acorn squash is an heirloom winter squash with a dark green, ribbed exterior and golden-orange interior flesh. The fruits grow to 6" long. They can be stored for several months in a cool, dry place.

Acorn squash is thought to have originated with the Native Americans. Table Queen acorn squash was introduced by Iowa Seed Co. in 1913. It's a highly productive variety. Latin name: Cucurbita pepo.

To bake in the oven, cut the squash in half lengthwise and place it flesh-side down in a glass baking dish with a couple tablespoons of water to prevent it from drying out.

80 days

Sowing Table Queen Acorn Squash Seeds

Sow squash seeds outdoors after the last frost date in warm soil, 1" deep. Space plants 2' apart in rows. Or sow in hills spaced 4-6' apart. Thin to 3 plants per hill. Full sun.

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Squash 'Table Queen Acorn'
(80 days)

25 seeds   $2.25       
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