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A not to miss squash with unique history, as rich and diverse as America itself! In short, the variety we love today is decendent from a variety the Lakota Indians used. Starting in 1820, settlers from Fort Atkinson (Nebraska) began to develop them into what we have today! Epic Gardening has the full story, a VERY interesting read, here: .


The Lakota squash is a delicious winter squash that boasts a nutty fine-grained flesh is popular for baking and roasting, and as a bonus, the seeds are wonderful for eating as a tasty snack! Their VERY hard flesh makes this squash perfect for storing over, If kept in a cool, dark place, they can last up to 6 months!  

Squash: Lakota

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