VEGETABLE SPAGHETT I

$3.50
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Reference: SKU17091

This easy to grow tubular shaped fruit weighs from 2-4 Kg each and can be used exactly as you would pasta spaghetti. The strands can be used in salads, casseroles or on a plate with sauce. The flesh is mellow-tasting with a slight crispness not found in pasta. It can also be baked whole. The vine grows the same as a zucchini 

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This easy to grow tubular shaped fruit weighs from 2-4 Kg each and can be used exactly as you would pasta spaghetti. The strands can be used in salads, casseroles or on a plate with sauce. The flesh is mellow-tasting with a slight crispness not found in pasta. It can also be baked whole. The vine grows the same as a zucchini to which it is very closely related. The seed should be sown 1.0-2.0cm deep directly into the garden in richly composted soil. Space the plants 1m apart in rows 1.5m apart. Sow three weeks after the last frost has passed in Cold and Temperate areas and from September to February in Tropical and Subtropical areas. They do very well when a nitrogen fixing plant, such as clover or bean plants are grown with them. Leave the fruit on the vine until the fruit goes a rich yellow colour.  Store the fruit in a cool dry area.  The spaghetti strings are scooped from the inside of the fruit.  For cooking see...  https://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-cook-spaghetti-squash-in-the-oven-178036.

QTY 18 SEEDS

SKU17091
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