Custard White, organic seeds
A white "flying saucer" with wavy edge, a so-called Patty Pan fruit with a smooth, creamy, very toothsome flesh. The fruits are at their best at 5-10 cm. Their taste resembles that of bottom of artichoke whether raw or barbecued. Bigger fruits are baked in the oven. Custard White has been grown since pre-Columbian times in North- Central- and South America and was described for the first time in 1591 by a French botanist. A portion contains about 8-10 seeds.
|Latin name:||Cucurbita pepo|
|Botanic family:||The Squash Family - Cucurbitaceae|
|Sorted by size:||No|
|Days to maturity:||55|