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Amish Pie Winter Squash

Amish Pie Winter Squash

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Amish Pie Heirloom winter squash can get huge! Like 60 to 80 pounds huge on average under the right conditions; you will easily get 25 to 40 pounders. The Amish  Pie Winter squash is a very rare winter squash and not commercially grown. It's been said that this variety is the best for making pies--hands down! They only take about 100 days to mature, which is quick for a squash of this size and flavor. Amish Pie seeds are Non-GMO, Heirloom, open pollinated, and beyond organic. Happy growing!!!  

  this variety will produce a lot of squash on your homestead if you want some smaller just plant closer together

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Grow Your Own Cozy with Amish Pie Squash Seeds

Are you ready to add some warmth to your fall harvest? Look no further than Amish Pie Winter Squash! These delicious and versatile squash are perfect for baking into pies, roasting for a hearty side dish, or even using as a substitute for pumpkin in your favorite recipes.

But where to start? Beyond Organic Seed has got you covered with their top-quality Amish Pie Squash seeds. These seeds are carefully selected for their exceptional flavor, yield, and disease resistance, so you can be confident in your harvest.

And the best part? Amish Pie Winter Squash are not only delicious but also packed with nutrients. They are an excellent source of vitamins A and C, potassium, and fiber, making them a healthy addition to your diet.

Plus, growing your own squash is also an eco-friendly way to get your produce. With Beyond Organic Seed's commitment to sustainable agriculture and organic practices, you can rest easy knowing your squash is not only delicious but also ethically grown.

So, what are you waiting for? Get your hands on some Amish Pie Squash seeds and start growing your own cozy fall favorites today!

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