Red Warty Thing squash has thick, hard, vibrant reddish-orange, warted rind, and finely-textured, sweet-tasting flesh inside.
The rind is very hard; use care when cutting.
Can grow up to a weight of around 10 kg / 20 ish pounds.
110 days from seed.
It is sometimes referred to as a pumpkin.
One of the parents of Red Warty Thing Squash was Red Hubbard squash.
The Baker Creek seed catalogue says, “This old variety was introduced by James J.H. Gregory of Marblehead, MA in 1897 as Victor. It was recently reintroduced as Red Warty Thing.” ”Victor or Red Warty Thing Squash”. Accessed September 2019 at https://www.rareseeds.com/victor-or-red-warty-thing-squash/
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|1.||↑||”Victor or Red Warty Thing Squash”. Accessed September 2019 at https://www.rareseeds.com/victor-or-red-warty-thing-squash/|