Breeders at Cornell University worked for 6 years with a leading chef in the farm-to-table movement to cross the flavorful, savory butternut, with the sweet buttercup, to get this extra sweet, smooth-textured, "mini" butternut that signals when it is ripe by changing color! High in beta-carotene, this little wonder already has foodies praising its flavor. Plants are resistant to powdery mildew and unappealing to squash vine borers. Stores well, too.
Maturity 110 days
Extra sweet smooth texture
Signals when ripe by changing color
Plants resistant to powdery mildew
Ships from Ohio
Posted by Margaret Hart on Mar 2nd 2021
Anything with a name like 'honeynut'? Now doesn't that sound delicious??