Growing Squash in East Texas?

Answer Squash is a plentiful garden vegetable that can be classified into two types: summer squash and winter squash. Both types offer wide varieties, which include: zucchini, butternut and acorn squash. ... Read More »

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How to Prepare Soil for Growing Squash?

Creating great soil will improve the quality of any garden. The first and most important part in growing squash is the condition of your soil. The richer the soil the stronger the plants, and the b... Read More »

Butternut Squash Growing Season?

Butternut squash is a winter squash with sweet, orange flesh that tastes a little like sweet potatoes. Growing them in your home garden is easy if you provide them with proper care during their gro... Read More »

What is the fastest growing winter squash?

Traditional vining butternut and acorn squash varieties both mature in about 80 days from seed, a shorter time than most winter squashes, which require about 100 days. Bush varieties of acorn squas... Read More »

Season Requirements for Growing Butternut Squash?

Butternut squash is a delicious vegetable that can be grown in almost any garden. Caring for and harvesting butternut squash throughout its growing season does require some work, but the end result... Read More »