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SnackJack or any hull-less seed w/ tasty flesh

Posted by holtzclaw z7 GA (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 1, 09 at 15:58

I'm wishing to plant a pumpkin/squash with hull-less seeds, but that also has tasty flesh. I would prefer a bush type. I've read about 'Lady Godiva', 'SnackJack', 'Baby Bear', 'Kakai' and 'Triple Treat'; but there's never enough information to help me make a selection. I don't care about the color or shape, but I would prefer fruit smaller than 10 pounds.
Also, when a description says "semi hull-less" what should I expect? I don't want to be semi choking. And with my eyesight, I don't want to be trying to remove something that's semi visible.


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RE: SnackJack or any hull-less seed w/ tasty flesh

The only one on your list that I have grown is Lady Godiva. I can't recommend it for either purpose.


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RE: SnackJack or any hull-less seed w/ tasty flesh

Thanks for responding. You've saved me time, energy and worry. I'm wondering if another forum might have more responses.


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