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Pink bannia and penn crookneck squash.

Posted by Catsmylove none (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 23, 14 at 9:39

I have a community garden I plan to go at and I have some giant winter squash, pink bannia and penn dutch crookneck. I would like to grow along with melons and beans cucumbers ( along the fense)

My plot is 15 feet by 20 feet do you guys think this is big enough or do I need mulitiple plots.

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RE: Pink bannia and penn crookneck squash.

Those squash have huge vines. They need at least 30 square feet per plant. 10 of those squash plants would be crowded in your plot with no room fro anything else.

RE: Pink bannia and penn crookneck squash.

That's what I was afraid of maybe if someone fails to show up at the garden meeting or doesn't get a plot i could combine the two. could try to grow one up a trillis. any ultra jumbo trilis for sale online links please?

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