Lebanese White Bush, organic seeds
A typical summer squash from the Middle East, the so-called Cousa squash, with a great taste. This old type of squash grows as a large shrub and provides up to 15 fruits per plant if it is harvested often. The fruits are short and thick, with a light green, white spotted, thin skin and a white, firm flesh. It tastes best when young, but retains its rich flavour even when it become larger. Very suitable for roasting. Fully grown and mature with a hard, straw-coloured shell, it keeps for several months and is excellent in soups and stews. A portion contains about 8-10 seeds.
|Latin name:||Cucurbita pepo|
|Botanic family:||The Squash Family - Cucurbitaceae|
|Sorted by size:||No|
|Days to maturity:||50|