10 seeds per pack. A wild species of squash, rediscovered only recently in 1965. Bears round, melon like fruits with a bitter flavor. The species is most notable for its resistance to a number of common squash viruses making it a good candidate for cross breeding with domesticated varieties. In Ecuador the fruits are sometimes used for feeding animals. Creeping, vining, growth. Annual. #3556
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