Winter Squash 

Mashed Potatoes: is a stark white Acorn with fantastic color holdability. The flesh is nearly white and resembles mashed potatoes when baked and fluffed.  Acorns are 1-1.5 lbs, and plants are highly productive, typically producing three to four fruit per plant. The vine is compact most fruit are found on the crown set. Colors hold into late fall.  

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When thinking about cooking this product remember the name.  Cut it, scoop the seeds, put face down on baking sheet, bake 425F for 35 min or until spots of skin start to turn golden.  Peal the skin put squash in a bowl with your favorite potato additives (cream/milk/butter/olive oil/garlic/bacon).  Whip with a fork and enjoy.

Mashed Potato cleanup


Baked Potatoes is a 105 day tan (butternut colored) acorn squash.  Acorns are large 1-1.5 lbs, on a compact bush plant.  Acorns have a sweet nutty flavor and hold very well. 

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