Hokkori Japanese Winter Squash
The Hokkori Japanese Winter Squash, also known as the "Chestnut Pumpkin," is a culinary masterpiece in the world of squash. With a growing season of 85-100 days, this winter squash matures into a true delight for your palate. Its name, "Hokkori," encapsulates the essence of its character, as it offers a rich, nutty flavor that warms the soul during the cold winter months.
⏳ Maturity & Storage: With a growing season of 85-100 days, Hokkori Squash matures into a sweet and nutty-flavored winter squash that stores exceptionally well. 🍂
🎃 Appearance: Slightly flattened, globe-shaped fruit have black-green skin and sweet orange-yellow flesh
Growing Hokkori Japanese Winter Squash is easy:
Planting: Choose a sunny spot in well-drained soil, plant seeds about 2.54 cm deep, and space them 91.44 cm - 121.92 cm apart.
Watering: Keep the soil moist, but avoid getting the leaves wet.
Mulching: Apply mulch to retain moisture and suppress weeds.
Care: Use balanced fertilizer after about a month, and encourage pollinators for better fruiting.
Harvesting: Pick when the skin turns deep orange (about 85-100 days after planting).
Storage: Store in a cool, dry place to enjoy for months.