Tahitian Squash and Lady Godiva, any experience?
Has anyone out there ever grown either of these before? They are being offered by Seeds of Change, and I am interested in the Tahitian because it is supposed to have the highest sugar content of any winter squash, and grows very large. Lady Godiva is a dual-purpose squash grown for its flesh as well as its "hulless" seeds. Maybe one of you has tried some other kind of hulless seeded squash or pumpkin?