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German Aboveground Sweet Potato

Posted by vgary z6KY (My Page) on
Wed, Feb 22, 06 at 22:40

I thought I remembered seeing a post where someone was searching for Above Ground Sweet Potato. I was doing a search for something else and came across a site where it is listed.

German Aboveground Sweet Potato This interesting winter squash gets its name from the fact that it is shaped somewhat like a sweet potato. It can be grown either on a trellis or it can be allowed to run over the ground in a large unrestricted area. Eighteen inch fruit are six inches in diameter and tapered at both ends like a sweet potato. The squash will keep for months at room temperature and are very tasty in a number of holiday dishes. PKT (15) $2
South Carolina Foundation Seed Asasociation --- 2006 Heirloom Seed Listing

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RE: German Aboveground Sweet Potato

That would have been me, looking for it Gary.

Thanks for finding a seed source. I'll go check it out right now.

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