SQ749A - Pinnacle
C. pepo. A new semi-bush spaghetti squash variety with bright yellow skin, and superior interior quality. The strands of flesh are fine and tasty. Pinnacle spaghetti squash seeds can be grown more densely in the field for higher yields. Plants are early maturing with large, oval fruits 18cm (7") long by 13cm (5") in diameter. Fruits average 1.5kg (3 lbs) each. No spaghetti squash will grow more compactly than Pinnacle. Sunflowers make an excellent companion plant for squash because they bring pollinators into the field from far and wide. You'll have fewer aborted fruits and better overall pollination and production by interplanting squash and sunflowers.
Matures in 85 days. (Hybrid seeds)
- Superior interior quality
- Strands of flesh are fine and tasty
- Early maturing
- Hybrid seeds
- Matures in 85 days
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How To Grow
The three species of squash that we offer represent a wide variety of shapes and colours. Each will cross-pollinate readily within their species. For instance, all C. pepo will cross-pollinate with each other, but not with C. maxima or C. moschata. For people who want to save their seeds, this is a very important consideration. The fruits themselves will not be affected by cross pollination, but the seeds inside will be, so squash need to be grown in isolation from other members of their species if seed saving is the goal. Follow along with this handy How to Grow Squash from seeds Guide and grow food.