The shape of Tri Star Squash is sort of like a big round ball of dough that has just been punched down in the middle. Your eye can make out three large distinct lobes forming the shape.
The whole squash is rumpled looking, with bluish-grey lumpy rind, sometimes even with warts on it.
The weight will be 4 ½ to 17 ½ pounds (2 to 8 kg.)
Inside, the squash has pale orange flesh.
135 days from seed.
Stores for up to 2 years (sic.)
Some sources say developed in Australia; others say introduced into America in 1932 with seed from Arthur Yates & Co. of Sydney, Australia.