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Florida Vegetable Gardening Guide
... cuttings to prolong season. `Vardaman' is a bush type for small gardens. Pumpkin Big Max, Funny Face, Connecticut Field, Spirit, Calabaza, Cushaw Cucurbitaceae III 300 90-120 (80-110) Comment: Bees required ... -Mar Potatoes, sweet 100 plts 48-54 12-14 --- Mar-June Feb-June Feb-June Pumpkin 1 oz. 60-84 36-60 1-2 Mar-Apr Aug Feb-Mar Aug Jan ...
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South Florida Tropicals: Calabaza
... to as West Indian pumpkin or green pumpkin, calabaza (Cucurbita moschata) belongs to the squash family. Calabaza is grown throughout the tropics and sub-tropics. This large, pumpkin-like winter squash ... orange thick flesh can substitute for pumpkin and other winter squash varieties. Calabaza generally cooks more quickly and is less watery than pumpkin. Calabaza is best when well-seasoned and ...
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Cucurbita pepo
... de la web Close-up photography Macrofotografía Glossary / Glosario " Cucurbita pepo L. " Cucurbita pepo L. - ( Calabaza .) Hierba anual reptante de la familia de las cucurbitáceas de hasta 10 m. de ... ) Planta originària d'Amèrica Central i cultivada en molts llocs del món. Cucurbita pepo L. - ( Pumpkin .) Perennial creeping herb of the Gourd family - cucurbitaceae- till 10 m. long. Hirsute stems, ...
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vegetable gardening in spring
... okra, pea, snap pea, snow pea potato, pumpkin, rosemary, sweet pepper, capsicum, chillie, chillies, chile, chilli pepper, hot pepper, rock melon, seakale, crambe, silverbeet, calabaza squash, squash, summer squash, Tahitian squash, ... to courgettes. Sow in spring when the ground is warm as for cucumber or pumpkin. The plants are similar in appearance to pumpkins, but with smaller leaves and white ...
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Watch Your Garden Grow - Winter Squash
... finding is not surprising given the whimsical application of the names pumpkin and squash. Many cooks prefer winter squash to pumpkin because they make a non-fibrous pie, much more akin to ... with a wide array of colors. The most popular winter squash includes acorn, buttercup, butternut, calabaza, delicata, Hubbard, spaghetti, sweet dumpling, and Terk’s Turban. There are many more, but this ...
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