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Green Spaghetti Squash

Posted by hwlee South NY (My Page) on
Tue, Nov 18, 08 at 18:56

Its a spaghetti squash green and white stripes. It has almost the same texture as the spaghetti squash. Just wondering if anyone else in the US has grown this squash. They average 6 pounds at maturity. The one in the photo is my biggest one this year. Maybe it can make the Guinness World Records.


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RE: Green Spaghetti Squash

These are delicious, but hard to find. My wife occasionally finds these in a Chinese market in Seattle. Is there any place to buy seeds for these?

RE: Green Spaghetti Squash

Years ago my family and I lived in the hills between Puebla and Veracruz, Mexico. We lived in a high, cool rainforest environment. This squash practically grew wild there, though local folk did eat them. It's called Chilacoyote, and is a VERY RAMPANT grower.

In the sierra I've seen them at 30 lb.

I noticed that one can find seed on EBay.

Tahlequah, OK

Here is a link that might be useful: Chilacoyote in Wikipedia

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