Tags: Heirloom Open Pollinated

Growing Practices: No Pesticides No Herbicides No Fungicides No Synthetic Fertilizers

Latin Name: Curcubitamaxima

Description:

Gete-Okosomin meaning Big Old Squash inAnishinaabe,can grow up to 30 lbs.


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    I know (now) that squash, melons and zuchini will cross polinate unless you plant different species of squash in your garden. Does anyone know what species Gete Okosomin is? Cucurbita Maxima? Mixta? Moschata? Pepo?

    Posted by ann dolan on 02/02/2018

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    • sorry, just saw it now ~ MAXIMA

      Posted by ann dolan on 02/02/2018

    • Yes it is Maxima so you do not want to plant other species at the same time unless you do not care to save the seeds the next year.

      Posted by Doug Butikofer on 02/02/2018

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    Can obit seedsto plant

    Posted by Wallace Hart on 10/27/2017

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    • This is a heavy producer not only large squash but also will produce several per vine. Great storage and great eating with plenty ofseeds to save. Each package has 25-30 seeds. Thank you, Doug

      Posted by Doug Butikofer on 10/27/2017

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    What is the flesh like? How long a season is it? Is it sweet? Does it keep for a long time? What is its history?

    Posted by Margaret Gerritsen on 02/21/2017

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    • It is a sweet tasting squash that has been around for 800 years, supposedly found in a clay ball and planted,and the seed was still good, this seed is 7 generations out l received my seed from a seed savers exchange member, it grows in Wisconsin mature in about 80 days. I have two in my basement that are still good, picked in Augest. There is a reason the seed is still around after 800 years. Very prolific and the vine can be very aggressive in the garden. Thanks for looking. Doug

      Posted by Doug Butikofer on 02/22/2017

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Gete-Okosomin

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10 Packets $3.50 10 seeds

$3.50

Back Home Farm

Blue Mounds, WI, United States (Zone 5a)
Established in 2010
7.00 acres in production

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