Baby blue hubbard squash is a smaller version of blue hubbard squash. Its yellow flesh is finely textured with a rich taste.
Baby Green Hubbard Squash grows to be about 6 inches (15 cm) wide by 5 inches (12 1/2 cm) tall, and weigh about 3 pounds (1.4 kg.) It is round, though pointy at the top and bottom. The thin rid has slight ribbing and is dark green with pale green flecks. The skin will thicken…
Blue hubbard squash is gourd or pear-shaped, with silvery bluish-green rough rind with moderate ribbing. The deepness of the blue will vary. The squash grows to be about 35 cm (13 inches) wide by 63 cm (25 inches) tall, and weigh 7 to 20 1/2 kg (15 to 45 pounds.) Inside, it has yellowish-orange, finely-textured…
Chicago Warted Hubbard Squash are round, with rough, warty, very hard rind. The rind is a dark olive-green colour, with some greyish-green stripes frequently appearing at the blossom end where there’s a bit of a point, ripening to a brown coloured rind. Inside, they have finely-textured orange flesh with a very sweet taste. They weigh…
Golden Hubbard Squash has a very tough, dark-orange rind. Inside, the finely-textured flesh is dry, not watery.
Green hubbard squashes are large squashes with a dark green rind. The golden flesh is dry and finely-textured with a sweet taste.
Hubba Hubba Squash are a miniature Hubbard squash. They have bright orange rind, and weigh around 1 kg each (2 to 2 1/2 pounds). Hybrid bush type plant. 95 days from seed.
Hubbard squash is both the name of an actual squash variety, and of a grouping of similar squashes with rough, bumpy skins and sweetish, orangish-yellow flesh.
Warted Hubbard Squash has the classic Hubbard teardrop shape, pointed at both ends. It has very bumpy, warty, thick dark-green or orange skin, with yellowish-orange thick flesh inside. It grows up to 30 pounds (13 1/2 kg) in weight. Storage Hints Stores well. History Notes Warted Hubbard Squash was introduced in 1894.