Spaghetti Squash
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  • Franchi Spaghetti Squash
    Franchi Spaghetti Squash


  • Spaghetti Squash Seeds
    Spaghetti Squash Seeds

    A delicious squash with unique ‘scoop out’ flesh that separates into ‘spaghetti’ type pieces when cooked. This squash is relatively easy to grow, thriving in gardens or in containers. They will also store for up to 2 months. Sow indoors from April to May, outdoors from June. Harvest from July to end October.

  • Vegetable Spaghetti Squash
    Vegetable Spaghetti Squash

    Squash variety that when opened, this particular variety of squash has a flesh that is very 'stringy' hence the name spaghetti. The flesh has a sweet taste which makes it ideal with many different types of meal and is a very good alternative to potatoes when fried. The bright yellow skin is not as soft as that of a courgette but it is also not as hard as a 'standard' squash so it really falls between the two, we think it is more of a squash.

  • squash 'Vegetable Spaghetti' (squash)
    squash 'Vegetable Spaghetti' (squash)

    Position: full sun Soil: fertile with additional organic matter The vegetable that thinks it's a pasta! A big, pumpkin-like plant which scrambles vigorously across a wide area, this summer squash produces pale yellow fruits 20cm long, whose flesh separates out into spaghetti-like strands after cooking. Cut in half and bake in its skin with garlic and butter, then scoop out the flesh with a fork for a deliciously fragrant side salad. The flowers are edible too, although you should use...

  • Vegetable Spaghetti - Winter , Squash
    Vegetable Spaghetti - Winter , Squash

    Oblong Kabocha Type , Circa 1890 USA- (Cucurbita pepo) – What an Oblong Surprise! A creamy, buttery yellow skin & orange flesh, that when cooked, falls away from the fruit in ribbons or strands like spaghetti, Its taste is nothing like spaghetti, But has a slight sweetness & if not overcooked, is crunchy & smooth. Can be baked, boiled or steamed & served with sauce as for pasta, or used as a base for macaroni & cheese. Grow around a trellis or fence adding rustic beauty of your garden. Wt: 2 - 4...


    C27 - As used by Toby Buckland on BBC Gardeners World 23/4/10. The inside of this squash is a mass of 'spaghetti' like strands which are used in exactly the same way. They are boiled whole, the flesh scooped out with a fork and then dressed with olive oil. Sow Feb-end May

  • Mr Fothergills Squash Vegetable Spaghetti
    Mr Fothergills Squash Vegetable Spaghetti

    Mr Fothergills Vegetable Spaghetti Squash Approx 15 seeds Sow March to May indoors Sow May outdoors

  • Squash (Summer) Vegetable Spaghetti
    Squash (Summer) Vegetable Spaghetti

    Sow indoors, March-May for surest results, 1.5cm (½") deep, on edge, in small pots of compost. Water well and place in a warm position. A temperature of 15-20°C (60-68°F) is ideal. Keep moist. Seedlings usually appear in 7-14 days. Gradually accustom plants to outside conditions (avoid frosts), before planting out, May-June, 90cm (3') apart, into well-drained, fertile soil, when frosts are over. Or, sow outdoors, during May for ease, where they are to crop, 1.5cm (½") deep, directly into finely-prepared...

  • Squash Seed 'Spaghetti
    Squash Seed 'Spaghetti

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  • Winter Squash Spaghetti (VSQ75)
    Winter Squash Spaghetti (VSQ75)

    Also known as spaghetti marrow or vegetable spaghetti. Produces a fruit up to 1.2Kg in weight. Cook fruits whole by baking, boiling or steaming. When cooked the flesh forms ribbons, which are similar in appearance to spaghetti, with a slightly sweet flavour.

  • How To Write A Spaghetti Squash Farm Business Plan
    How To Write A Spaghetti Squash Farm Business Plan

    Make certain that you make use of your business plan in the correct way; it must challenge like the company is undeniably going to. Analyze what your possible customers want before coming to a conclusion about what you're going to try to sell to them. Cash flow is critical in a company; decidedly more critical than profit and loss. Constantly aim to reduce your fixed expenses and concentrate on paying for what you actually need; and waive the avoidable expenses until your business is equipped...