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Sucrine du Berry Squash



Sucrine du Berry Squash is oblong, with the stem end narrower than the blossom end, making a neck.

The dark green skin ripens to yellow or tan.

They grow to be 6 to 10 inches (15 to 25 cm) long, and weigh 2 1/4 to 6 1/2 pounds (1 to 3 kg.)

The flesh inside is reddish-orange, moist and sweet.

Vine-type plant with 5 to 8 squash per plant.

Storage Hints

Stores 3 to 6 months.

History Notes

Sucrine du Berry Squash was developed in France.

Language Notes

"Sucrine du Berry" means "the sweet one from Berry" in French.

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Also called:

Courge Sucrine du Berry (French)

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