This Japanese heirloom is a little gem, with its warty, heavily ribbed skin that turns from black-green to dusky blue to rosy-orange chestnut when fully ripe. Fruits are 2-5 lbs., with delicious fine-textured dry flesh. Skin is thin enough to leave on and eat as roasted slices. Black Futsu is also grated and eaten raw in slaws or salads.
Culture: Plant seeds outdoors at around the time of your last expected frost, or start indoors 6 weeks earlier. Full sun. Plants are vining and will spread, but as vining squash go they are quite demure and well-behaved. Leave on the vine until plants begin to die back or frost threatens.
Approx. 20 seeds per packet
Grown in Potter Valley, California
Certified Organic by CCOF
Mar 6, 2020
Amazing seeds, fast delivery, I will be coming back for more! A+++
Feb 23, 2020
Feb 13, 2020
wonderful seller. HIGHLY RECOMMEND. gorgeous packaging, quick send, excellent communication.
Oct 28, 2019