I planted seeds saved from a green (with light stripes) Hokkaido squash.
This was the tastiest sweet squash we have ever had. Do any of you know
if this is a hybrid? I'm wondering what this planting will produce.
Also, I see red/orange Hokkaidos on the net. Do they have a different
flavor from the green? E-mail if you wish. George (in Colorado)
I planted them once and didn't get anything. Maybe I should try again. If
you keep the seed pure, you should be able to produce your own seed. I have
allowed squash to cross pollinate, and their seeds grew squash the next
I don't know why you are seeing different color Hokkaido squash, the ones I
have seen were as you described. I spent two years in Hokkaido, and thought
I would give them a try. Now that you have said that they are very good, I
might try them again.
(What part of CO. We lived in Ft Collins for nearly 18 years)
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