Sugar-Loaf Squash is similar in appearance to a delicata squash, though stouter, and oblong, about 6 inches (15 cm) long.
It has tan-coloured rind with broad dark green stripes from top to bottom.
Inside, it has dry, yellowish-orange flesh with a mild, sweet taste.
100 days from seed.
The rind is edible.
1 will serve 2 people.
Will store for a month or two.
Sugar-Loaf Squash was developed in 1990 by James R. Baggett (born in Idaho) at the Oregon Agriculture Experimental Station. One of the parents was Delicata Squash.