Sunday, March 06, 2005

Mothers' Day Squash

Today we ate the last of the Crown Prince squash from last year. It has become a tradition for us to have Squash on Mothers' Day and it is very rare for them not to keep well enough. They were harvested in October as far as I remember.

We have one squash left, which we believe is a hybrid of Crown Prince and Sweet Mama. They were growing in the same bed and the new squash is the size and shape of Crown Prince with the colouring and flavour/texture erring on the side of Sweet Mama. We've saved some seed from the first of these, and will try to see if they come the same this year. Naturally we have christened the squash "Sweet Prince". Posted by Hello


Blogger Borris said...

Hello Mike.
My name is Borris, i'm a farmer.
I like what you do and your photographs are top notch! Well done ole chap!

Anyways... I like the ideas you have and if you don't mind I may use some myself.

You website it very nice..

Good luck witht he allotment..


Ps James Says Hi

Monday, 07 March, 2005  
Blogger Mike said...

Hi James & Borris

Monday, 07 March, 2005  

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