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September 15, 2020


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Simona, I will be contributing, just don't know what yet. I just ordered a new (to me) squash from Seed Savers Exchange - The Thelma Sanders squash, supposed to be delicious, similar to acorn squash. Now to wait. Though I did plant another one yesterday, with a good start, though labeled only "Prolific Squash" :) Guess we'll be waiting to see on that one too. It feels this year as if we're readying for the apocalypse.

Simona Carini

The Thelma Sanders squash looks beautiful, Claudia: I hope it will give you good results. Some years ago one of our local farmers introduced me to white acorn varieties and I've been a fan every since. Prolific Squash sounds promising. Tonight for dinner I had my first squash of the season: delicata squash stuffed with leeks, egg and cheese. I am looking forward to your contribution :)

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