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Seymore the Squash

We're slowly seeing vegetables in our garden. A couple days ago, we noticed this teeny squash hiding between the tendrils.

We've named him Seymore, and we're monitoring his progress day by day. He's a Waltham Butternut Squash, and heirloom we purchased from

One of my favorite things about winter squash is how well they store. Once we harvest Seymore, he should stay edible for up to six months without refrigeration or anything. We're also growing spaghetti squash and acorn squash, and have something like two dozen plants going. Hopefully they'll go a long way.


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