Sweet Fall Squash

Cucurbita maxima | SKU: 1619
3 Reviews
$3.25 to $76.50

Squash, Sweet Fall- SOLD OUT

  • Hubbard type squash
  • Fruits average 4 pounds
  • Teardrop shape
  • Salmon and blue-green skin
  • Sweet, unique flavor
  • 100 days

Squash, Sweet Fall- SOLD OUT

$3.25 to $76.50

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Item Details

(C. maxima) Donated to SSE in 1998 by Ortha and Wallace Broeker of Nebraska. Wallace remembers his uncle Rob growing this variety back in the 1930s. This Hubbard type squash has teardrop-shaped fruit and attractive salmon and blue-green skin. Fruits average 4 lbs. and are very sweet, with a unique flavor. 100 days.

Learn to Grow Sweet Fall Squash

Direct Seed: 1" Deep

Seeds to Hill: 6-8 Seeds

Thin: To 3-4 Plants

Light: Full Sun

Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors in 12" diameter hills after danger of frost has passed. Hills should be spaced 6' apart in all directions. Can also be started indoors 3 weeks before transplanting out.

Ratings & Reviews

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One of my new favorites


These are super easy to grow, taste great (similar to butternut), did well even with an aphid infestation, are huge, and store well. I'll be growing these yearly.

Will plant again.


I have never been a big fan of squash. I planted this variety this year and it has produced 5 squash on one vine. I am looking forward to canning some into soup and roasting as a side dish. The plant took over the garden so give it lots of space.

Buy it. Plant it. Eat it!


This squash is not only gorgeous in color, it is hands down the best tasting squash I've ever had. Even my husband who repeatedly asserts, "I'm not a squash guy," loved it and raved about it to all our friends. The outside is a lovely pinkish hue with spatters of bluish-green, and the inside is a vibrant peachy-mango orange. You won't be disappointed. Do leave it some space to grow; I ended training the vines to grow into the yard.