Black Forest Kabocha. Winter squash. Only take about 90 to 100 days depending on the area. Will ripen for our northern gardening friends. These short compact plants. Will produce 3 to 5. Wonderful squash. Per plant. And they have a average kabocha size. And a superb flavor the squash themselves will be a dark almost black when ripe will store without any problems for a few months. These are a Japanese heirloom that's very rare in the USA.
Plant early. Plant often happy growing!!!
The Black forest kabocha squash is evocative, to say the least, but that's why you're drawn to it in the first place.