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Share it: This is the ideal time of year to explore the many delicious benefits of squash. These low-carb, low-calorie gourds have natural sweetness and great nutrition. They’re packed with antioxidants, vitamins A and C, potassium, manganese, folate, and contain some omega. Winter squash need tons of room to stretch because their vines sprawl 10 to 15 feet in every direction; train the plants up a trellis or fence to conserve space. Harvest winter squash when the rind can’t be pierced with your thumbnail, around the time when the vines wither or.

Pattypan squash, or simply patty pan, are small, ranging from 1.5–3 inches (4–8 cm) in length. They’re saucer-shaped with a scalloped edge and thus also called scallop squash. 7 Kabocha squash. Hiromi Kudo Getty Images. Though these squash look like buttercups, they taste more like delicatas in that they have a similar.

Butternut Squash Nutrition Overview | HealthGrove. Serving size: 0.5 cup (102.5g) Nutrient score: A+ Good source of: Vitamin A (228.7% DV). Squash season is right around the corner, and with it comes endless possibilities for soups, pies, side dishes, casseroles, and more. From yellow squash to butternut squash to kabocha squash, you’ve probably noticed more than a few types of squash at your local farmers market or grocery store.

In fact, there are over 100 types of squash that are categorized into both summer and winter varieties. Rank [Prev] Name HWR [Date] Country Birthplace Residence Age; 1: 1: Mohamed Elshorbagy: 1: Nov 2014: EGY: Alexandria: Bristol, England: 29: 2: 2: Ali Farag: 1: Mar. Squash (summer) 1 pound = 4 cups grated = 2 cups salted and drained: Squash (winter) 2 pounds = 2-½ cups cooked and pureed: Sweet potatoes: 1 pound = 4 cups grated = 1 cup cooked and pureed: Swiss chard: 1 pound = 5 to 6 cups packed leaves = 1 to 1-½ cups cooked: Tomatoes: 1 pound (3 or 4 medium) = 1-½ cups seeded pulp: Turnips.

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  • YES, WE HAVE 3 BUTTERNUT SQUASH PLANTS NOW GROWING FROM SEEDS I SAVED OUT OF A SQUASH I COOKED. THIS IS OUR 1ST TIME TRYING TO GROW THESE. WE WERE SO EXCITED WHEN THEY GERMINATED!!!
    THANKS FOR YOUR TIPS!��

  • the first clip is just sad this guy must be smurfing to not get shot at or even pre fired its the most famous spawnpeek and he stands there in the open not getting shot once i get shot before i even run out that door must be in bronze

  • I live in San Diego County. I got a butternut squash from Trader Joe’s. I took out all the innards and some of the seeds had yellow leaves so I thought I would see if they would green up. I put the whole innards in a plastic cup filled with water and set it on a table on the patio. They didn’t turn green. I also had to spray some neem oil due to fruit flies. I decided to bury the whole thing after a week. We have prolific lemon and valencia trees this year and instead of putting the rinds in the landfill, I have been burying them in the yard. I had a week of mushy rinds to bury. I put the butternut squash seeds on top of the citrus rinds and covered with an inch of dirt. In three days the butternut seeds sprouted and we were able to transplant them to other areas of the garden. I tried the same exact thing for spaghetti squash seeds the next week, and 30-40 sprouted. I don’t know if it was the week soaking in water, or if the mushy citrus rinds had a role in it. (I didn’t water the seeds on top of the citrus rinds until they sprouted.) Big, beautiful sprouts.

  • Chersonskaya squash look a lot like crown prince, I’m wondering if it’s an Ukrainian name for the same squash. You might find the seeds easier to find under that name. They are a lovely sweet squash, I’ve grown them in the UK for a couple of years now and I’ll be harvesting this year’s soon, looks like I might get 10 from 5 plants.

  • Rats require a water source, so it’s likely your pond attracted them; and they may become a permanent and serious problem. They are known to eat all fruiting vegetables, certain root vegetables, and vining and climbing fruit. If the water source is for birds and bees, an elevated pedestal type would be better.

  • I’m under constant attack from vine bore moths, I’ve got the vines covered with foil but they lay eggs all over the leaves and blooms.

  • what i learned from the cheater segment: Ubisoft are lazy fuckers who dont care about fairness enough to put work to keep cheaters from ruining true players days

  • I just want to hang out in your garden and pretend it’s mine. Haha. So peaceful and fun! Next year I’m definitely going the trellis route!

  • Hi there! I loved your video! I planted like 5 seeds in a little pot, the seeds that I had dried from a butternut squash I had bought last October from a farmer upstate NY. I need to put them in a pot since I live in NYC, the 5 plants are healthy but squeezed into this little pot, will they survive if I try to separate or should I just take them crowded and transplant with their soil into a larger pot? How big of a pot? does each plant grow just one butternut? I have to get some wire to make the trellis too. Thanks for your answers!

  • Hi Vera..im growing pumpkins too every year.and i had grown only 1 variety but i am not really sure if this was Australian grey or the crown prince.its Round and has blue grey color and orange flesh.taste realy good absolute a favorite in our household.i had save so many seeds and i keep growing it every year.if ur interested to grow the same i can share it with u.

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  • I love cooking with butternut squash and threw some seeds directly from my chopping board (pulp and all) into the garden without much thought. Didn’t do anything to them. Not a week later they sprouted and have continued to grow and already had some male blooms appear. Really excited about it. I had zero idea how to grow them so this was helpful. Will be making a trellis (I have some slim wood beams that I’ll try to hammer together). Crossing my fingers! Great channel!!

  • This is NOT a complaint. I’m sure you already know but there are times where you have no age sound at all for a few seconds. Idk if I’m helping or not just something I noticed. Love the vids and keep being awesome!

  • Around the 3:50 minute mark is a classic sign that Mac (I hope the spelling is correct) is giving you the, “lady it’s my nap time and I’m looking forward to this video being done”…. I love him!
    PS you’re not to bad yourself and I appreciate your help with this gardening thing too.

  • Hi from Australia!  I am so pleased I found you, I love to grow but then struggle with what to do with the harvest! I can’t wait to try your recipes. Just curious how many pumpkins did you grow per bed? Or do you have a different spot in your garden for them? Which plant  is the most productive for its size?

  • one day my wife and I will have land and a beautiful garden. and we’ll make a baby in the backyard underneath a canopy of vegetable plants and bushes and trees. and then I’ll drop acid. and I’ll be like… I’m no different than every other f’ing living organism on the planet. and all this time I thought I was special. but it’ll be cool. because my wife will cook us an amazing meal. and then we’ll sleep for 11 hours.

  • we love the very sweet delicata! so do all 4 legged critters and insects including fireants. try sunspot and sunshine you’ll love them too!

  • We grow kuri, from discarded seed I picked up in Frankfurt producer market and also butternut. The butternut I found growing in the compost pile mid winter. Presumably from the discarded seed from one we bought (!) or were given.
    We have had butternut come as volunteers, and they been very successful, possibly because of our neglect.
    I mostly use them in curries, often with chickpeas or as a tray roast vegetable. Or soups.

    Seems the vast majority of squash sold in UK are used for halloween then thrown away. They grow masses of them in the fields round us we see the laden tractors rushing past our window into the night.

  • I grew the Red Kuri last season and am really liking the flavor. I’ll probably plant one vine again this next season along with trying a new squash too. Thanks for the ideas you’ve presented.

  • There’s a bunch of people complaining about the first clip. They’re either shit silvers, or plats that couldn’t do that in a thousand years.

  • They sure are addictive once you start, I grew gem squash last year, which is a summer variety, but great for roasting, I was very impressed.

  • Have you had any problems with your leaves turning white. Some of my squash plants had some kind of mold it seems and half of my plants died. Any suggestions on what I could do to help with this? Thank you

  • I grew the Red Kuri last season and am really liking the flavor. I’ll probably plant one vine again this next season along with trying a new squash too. Thanks for the ideas you’ve presented.

  • Kim that’s so great about the best seller list!! I’m going to preorder, I have quite the library of YouTube gardeners going! Love it!

  • Kim that’s so great about the best seller list!! I’m going to preorder, I have quite the library of YouTube gardeners going! Love it!

  • This happened to me too but the level of the liquid dropped below that if the squash. There was some syphoning but for all my jars… nope.

    I’m going to cook/blanch my squash a bit longer and put less in the jar as a test for next time. My psi is 12 and I processed mine at 14-15psi so I’m confident that they are safe.

  • Your squash looks yummy Paul. The notches on your spatulathe larger notch is to aid with cleaning out the neck of jars and the second smaller notch is to rest your spatula on the out side the bowl so you don’t need a spoon rest.. It might even have two little nubs on the very end of the handle to keep your spatula from sliding into your bowl. 😉

  • In zone 6a, south central Illinois the Waltham Butternut squash and the Acorn squash do very well. We probably have similar temperature.

  • You can never have too many trellises! Love how mac sits up straighter when you say his name! He really knows his role on video day! 😉

  • Nice job. I was wondering if you use canned butternut to make pie? I have only used fresh so I wondered if the extra fluid would make the pie loose?

  • Lots of tasty butternut squash in those jars. The same thing happen to some of the quart jars when I canned pumpkin cubes. I have the Titan Peeler and peeled pumpkin skin so easily. The crevices I cut with a knife.

  • Do you think the loss of liquid could be the stainless steel lids? I heard they were not recommended for the canning process. Anyone have ideas or same experience?

  • Looks good. You got more per jar than I was expecting. I have got to get that peeler. What are the notches in your rubber spatula for? Do you have a link to the spatula?

  • About Chersonskaya. It is really mystery. Searching by the name as you mentioned in video I could find that “Chersonskaya” is a Ukrainian heirloom squash with seeds to be ordered from Holland and US.
    While there are no words about it in Ukrainian (Russian) part of internet. Instead there are few varieties that look-a-like and in details it is said all of them are sweet and none of them is hybrid:
    UA “гарбуз херсонський” (RU “тыква херсонская”) http://cvetnik.in.ua/product_621.html
    UA “гарбуз волзький сірий” (RU “тыква волжская серая”) http://urozhai.com/?q=uk/garbuz-vozhskii-srii-ss-5g
    UA “гарбуз український сірий” (RU “тыква украинская серая”) http://charsad.com.ua/uk/sad-i-horod/ovochi/harbuz-siryi-ukrainskyi-2h

  • OMG my husband heard this and exclaimed “YOU can can butternut squash”??? his favorite. AS though I have been hiding their cannability from him.I am shocked they are a water sucker. So now I must can some since he has been deprived……………..

  • Finesse is a big word me I don’t have any… lol, this is the perfect video for me I was just thinking about butternut it is my favorite can we do this with roasted butternut soup? That is my favorite soup…. I didn’t see and I watched again someone was talking in the background sorry, did you add salt? I was always worried about is being too mushy….
    Oh you are so right about going back and fixing it you only get on shot at doing that before the end results.
    About the siphoning, do you let it cool completely? I mean till maybe lukewarm before taking them out? I had a problem with my broth, I just don’t know….
    Thanks again

  • Hi there! I loved your video! I planted like 5 seeds in a little pot, the seeds that I had dried from a butternut squash I had bought last October from a farmer upstate NY. I need to put them in a pot since I live in NYC, the 5 plants are healthy but squeezed into this little pot, will they survive if I try to separate or should I just take them crowded and transplant with their soil into a larger pot? How big of a pot? does each plant grow just one butternut? I have to get some wire to make the trellis too. Thanks for your answers!

  • I loved that HeirloomLakota /Hubbard variety, crazy amazing! 
    Lol, by the looks of it’s likely meant for the entire tribe for one evenings sitting, heh ha. 
    Awesome video, great job camera on setting; placement of camera to sun for lighting. 
    Well done all & or just our hostess with the most!

  • Yes, I am growing it for the first time this year! Keeping my fingers crossed, because we don’t have a lot of bees. I do a coffee walk first thing in the morning, in my pj’s! I’m always excited to see all my plants

  • Do you just start items in big red pipe containers or do you let them continue to grow in those? Did you get one big pc. of that and then cut them to smaller ones? (the red planters)

  • I’ve just grown Red Kuri, a gorgeous 2lb (1 kg) round squash (summer is finishing here in Australia). I got 8 fruits from 2 vines, and today I made some beautiful tasty sweet soup and I froze several servings. I also grew Marina Di Chiogga, a really big warty squash which is meant to taste excellent. I’ve got another 4 weeks or so before I can harvest them. I’m getting really interested in winter squash thanks for a great video!

  • butternut squash (call it butternup pumpkin in Aus) when do you know they are ready to be picked i have some at least 1 foot long, growing along the ground should i pick them now. cheers.

  • Opps, stopped too soon. Yes I do take coffee walks everyday. I say I am going out to survey my domaine. Haha, my friend’s husband says this and I stole it!!!!

  • Thank you this great squash review! I’d love to hear what you thought of the flavor of the North Georgia Candy Roaster squash. This is my first year growing winter squashes and I am growing 5 varieties… 1. NG Candy Roaster 2. Jack-B-Little Pumpkins 3. Black Sweet Potato Cushaw type 4. Walthem Butternut and 5. Connecticut Field Pumpkins… I’m new to the southern appalachian region of the US so I am experimenting with local tradition of growing the 3 sisters, so my squashes are planted around a block of Painted Moutain Corn, Scarlet Emperor Runner Beans, and Black Turtle Beans, with one row of the ‘4th sister’, Mammoth Grey Stripe Sunflowers. So far I am pleased with all but the Jack-B-Littles, they seem to have had a much lower emergence rate than the rest.

  • You have a beautiful collection of winter squashes there! That Lakota squash looks like it has two stems! Strange and cool-looking! You could always cook and freeze the leftover pumpkin. Good for pumpkin bread and pies! Yum! Beautiful! Love this, thank you for sharing!

  • I would say your conclusion is right on, Paul. And thanks for the link to the peeler. I just ordered them. I saw “Apron Strings” is using something like this, too. She swears by them. Thanks for sharing.

  • butternut squash (call it butternup pumpkin in Aus) when do you know they are ready to be picked i have some at least 1 foot long, growing along the ground should i pick them now. cheers.

  • I would suggest Black Futsu. It’s a moschata, but unbelievably early and cool weather tolerant. Though flesh is thin, it’s very tasty to roast etc. Keeps very well, small plant with many fruits.

  • Great to see another squash addict! Excellent work getting larger fruit and a good harvest. Seminole pumpkin is one of our favorite types here in the tropics.

  • 1st time Watcher. With your garden trellised and compartmentalized as it is all over the yard, I’m not sure how to implement your ideas since our garden is just in one place, 5 ft. by 50 feet across the back of the yard and we ROTOTILL every Fall. How do you work your soil every year with those posts and the cattle panel there, for instance and in other areas where you have things in a raised bed?

  • one day my wife and I will have land and a beautiful garden. and we’ll make a baby in the backyard underneath a canopy of vegetable plants and bushes and trees. and then I’ll drop acid. and I’ll be like… I’m no different than every other f’ing living organism on the planet. and all this time I thought I was special. but it’ll be cool. because my wife will cook us an amazing meal. and then we’ll sleep for 11 hours.

  • Rats require a water source, so it’s likely your pond attracted them; and they may become a permanent and serious problem. They are known to eat all fruiting vegetables, certain root vegetables, and vining and climbing fruit. If the water source is for birds and bees, an elevated pedestal type would be better.

  • I had germinated my butternut squash since in March. They are growing alot but just afew male flowers now. It’s ending of July here in New York City. Would I be able to get any fruites to harvest by ending of September. I would appreciate your input. Thank you!

  • My hands down very favorite variety is called Zucchino Rampicante. If you look on the Baker Creek website, it’s in the Summer Squash section. However, it’s both a summer AND winter squash. Eat it young and green like a Zucchini. But it tastes betterit has a slightly sweeter flavor. Or let it grow big and mature, it’s big, and I know you said that’s not your jam, but they are so much fun to look at and have the most delicious flavor. They also keep really really well. Just an overall great variety and they look amazing growing vertically up a big fence.

  • Hi, this is Elaine from CT. I am a renter and am happy my landlord is letting do a container garden in the yard. I started late due to a tragedy in my family in Feb. But the important thing is that I started, small. I am going to grow spegetti squash.but ii start with cherry tomatoes, peppers,greens, herbs, cucumbers, tomatoes, strawberries and flowers. I want to eat what I grow. Also planting seeds for my winter garden. Thanks for all your help GB

  • No squash this season Kim as am trying things a little different with the later season start this year. Growing through black plastic and fabric layers to warm the ground and knock back the weeds. Just for an experiment I picked up a 4 pack of Bush Early Girl tomatoes a day ago that I am going to try 3 ways: in ground; in container; in hydro! Such fun! Great news on your new book deal to:-) -Bob…

  • I know a brother and sister in their late 30s early 40s perhaps that look VERY similar to you. They’re both adopted, Rhode Island area….any chance you have missing siblings?

  • Hello! That’s really informative and does answer all my doubts related to the right time to harvest a butternut squash.

    If I may ask how many squash do you manage to get from one creeper on an average??

    Mine are in a pot which may explain the small size of the squash that I am growing while I manage to get only one healthy squash from one plant. Is that normal??

  • With all that you and CG do for the (world community!) You deserve to be on the best sellers list! Gardening would not be the same for many of us without your youtube channel and others like it! You are very much appreciated…. and besides…. Mac is so darn cute!!!! LOL! Love all your videos. A HUGE Thank you for all you do!

  • I use the wire tomato cage and have the plant grow up in a spiral fashion.
    good for cucumbers, butternut, spaghetti and zucchini squashes.
    : )

  • Thanks for the great ideas! I only have space for container gardening and I was wondering how I could go vertical with the squash. Checking out your other videos for DIY heavy duty trellis.

  • I use the wire tomato cage and have the plant grow up in a spiral fashion.
    good for cucumbers, butternut, spaghetti and zucchini squashes.
    : )

  • Beware the Vine Borers. Try to cover the stem which is where they manifest and eat their way inside the stem. They are a real problem in many southern states.

  • I plan to grow my butternut up a trellis next year. Do they need extra support, like a cloth of some sort wraped around them an tied to the trellis. I believe they will hold themselves up, but since you have done this before pleas let me know your experience. Thanks!!!

  • My butternut and acorn squash are about 45-50 days old. I didn’t put up any trellis’. Is it to late to try to prop them up? Is there a way to do it without damaging the plant’s? Or should I just leave them be?

  • I have a very unique winter squash named Red Kuri growing on a cattle panel trellis I customized for my community garden plot. I picked up 3 concrete remesh panels (that’s what Home Depot calls them) for about $10 each. Size is 4′ wide x 7′ long with 4″ spaces. My garden plot is 10′ x 20′. I started at one end and placed 2 wooden stakes in the ground about 3′ apart. I set the 4′ side of the first panel at soil level against these stakes. I then bent them the wire panel down to the ground about 4′ away and against 2 more stakes, forming a low arch. I took the next panel, set it ground level against the stakes I just used for the first panel, again bent it over into a low arch against 2 more stakes 4′ away forming a low arch right next to the first one. Finally I took a third panel, set it against the stakes for my previous panel and bent it over against the final 2 stakes, about 4′ away. I ended up with 3 panels bent in low arches one after the other, then planted my Red Kuri winter squash at the base of the first panel and guided it over all 3 panels and all the way to the end. I guided the actual squash between the nearest 4″ hole and let it hang down. When I run out of room I’ll turn the vines and run them back where I started. I hope you got all that! I would love to send you pictures but can’t do it here. Maybe another way? I’m getting lots of comments about it.

  • I’m new to your channel! Also new to gardening. I live in Oklahoma and I’ve just started a few fruit trees, and have volunteer butternut squash. This is all new so I’m taking it slow, just introducing a few new things a year. My biggest question is on what my expectation should be, if I were to consistently build up my garden with veggies, what percentage of daily food do gardens contribute to? What could I reasonably assume would feed us? Just from your experience, I know there’s a lot of variable factors!

  • Our neighbor just gave us a butternut squash and my wife baked it but nobody liked the taste,, is their another way to Cooke it?

  • My butternut and acorn squash are about 45-50 days old. I didn’t put up any trellis’. Is it to late to try to prop them up? Is there a way to do it without damaging the plant’s? Or should I just leave them be?

  • YES, WE HAVE 3 BUTTERNUT SQUASH PLANTS NOW GROWING FROM SEEDS I SAVED OUT OF A SQUASH I COOKED. THIS IS OUR 1ST TIME TRYING TO GROW THESE. WE WERE SO EXCITED WHEN THEY GERMINATED!!!
    THANKS FOR YOUR TIPS!��

  • Have you had any problems with your leaves turning white. Some of my squash plants had some kind of mold it seems and half of my plants died. Any suggestions on what I could do to help with this? Thank you

  • In zone 6a, south central Illinois the Waltham Butternut squash and the Acorn squash do very well. We probably have similar temperature.

  • I just happened to be looking for a Butternut squash trellis idea and your video was just published, thank you. Also what variety of tomato are your growing for the competition? Is this the competition with Gary from The Rusted Garden and Jess from Roots and Refuge? I’m growing a pink Brandywine as my entry. Not the biggest, but hopefully going for overall production!

  • I love watching your channel. Love your calm personality, it says a lot about being close to the nurture will bring. Great tips as always.

  • I had germinated my butternut squash since in March. They are growing alot but just afew male flowers now. It’s ending of July here in New York City. Would I be able to get any fruites to harvest by ending of September. I would appreciate your input. Thank you!

  • I am growing butternut squash also. Started early in year from seeds. I do have bees but seem to get mostly male flowers. The female comes along, no male flower and I lose the squash she had. I have four plants climbing away and so far one squash that is growing. Many appear and then yellow and drop off. Why? ��

  • Does the squash stay firm after canning when you open up a jar? Would adding pickle crisp granules to each jar help the squash keep its firmness? I have a ton of cushaw squash and sugar pie pumpkins to can so I was wondering and trying to decide which size jars to use pints or quarts for better results.

  • I tried to tie my butternut squash to bamboo poles last year, and I got very few squash. I was thinking when they grow on the ground that the vine has the opportunity to re-root to feed the plant & encourage the squash to grow. Or maybe it simply didn’t get enough sun? When they’re on the ground, they grow ugly spots but when they grow up a tomato cage then the squash looks pretty. And the animals don’t pick at them either when growing off the ground.
    The first year I tried it, I grew like 30. Next year, I grew almost half that. Butternuts have become more difficult, perhaps 1st year was beginner’s luck?

  • Thank you for your review of the squash you grew. We like to grow Long Island Cheese Pumpkin, and we grow it in our zone 7 garden in the leaf compost pile. It grows as large as the one that grew in your compost pile. It is a Heritage Variety that was almost lost, as it is not a good traveler because of its shape. Very popular for pies, and I make cakes and soup out of ours as well. Baker Creek is where I got the seeds from. Two others that we tried last year, from roadside farmers stands were HoneyNut, which is a butternut variety. We liked the taste very much. I found the seeds for them at Territorial Seed, and another, that I have not found yet in a catalog was Baked Potato Squash. It has the shape of an acorn squash, but it pale flesh in color on the outside and nearly white on the inside, like a potato. I am looking forward to checking out your squash soup recipe. Thank you. Happy Gardening! Catherine

  • This is my first year growing Butternut Squash and I’m so surprised at how well they are doing. I’m having to hand pollinate but I enjoy that as well. I have quite a few on there as well. I love Butternuts and can’t wait to eat these from my own garden!!!

  • we love the very sweet delicata! so do all 4 legged critters and insects including fireants. try sunspot and sunshine you’ll love them too!

  • I love the coffee walk idea. My little girl (2) and I went for a morning coffee walk around our veggie garden after seeing your last coffee walk video. She had a cup of warm milk in her keep cup. It’s winter here in Australia but warm enough to have lots going on in the garden. Love your videos.

  • Yes, I am growing it for the first time this year! Keeping my fingers crossed, because we don’t have a lot of bees. I do a coffee walk first thing in the morning, in my pj’s! I’m always excited to see all my plants

  • Not growing butternut currently cuz our neighbor gave us almost a dozen last year. It is still tempting but I dont think I have any more space for it

  • Your video is slow (but not too slow). It’s relaxing. It’s focused. When it ends I feel the love for gardening, not overwhelmed.

    Instead of coffee walks, I do water hose walks. Lol. I want the hose handy in case I need to spray bugs. I drink my coffee as I watch your videos first thing in the morning. =) Happy Gardening!

  • Finally Ubi is doing something against smurfs. It’s now stated in the terms and conditions that smurfs are no longer accepted in this Game.

  • Yeah they should put the people who team kill a lot and do shit like that in like bad sport lobbies so they aren’t always fuckin up everyone’s fun tryin to win

  • Have you thought of canning your excess squash/pumpkins in canning jars? Any large pot with a lid can become a water bath canner. If you don’t have a jar rack, you can put the jar rings in the bottom of the pot to keep the jars off direct heat. That’s the best option if you don’t have a freezer. I would rather have mine canned than frozen. If you’d like complete instructions, just Google it. Never worry about growing small if you learn to can your produce.
    Beautiful harvest and you are a good spokesperson for the seed company, they should endorse you.

  • I hate ppl who spawnpeek, but if you pull that ace spawnpeek bullshit off, i’ll fuckin respect that.

    Unless you’re a smurf or hacker, thats when it’s pathetic.

  • Another great review video. Thank you for sharing your experience with growing and eating these squash. This is not a vegetable, any squash really, that I grew up eating. So now, I like to try them all! Since watching your review from last year, while looking at my Territorial seed catalog, I found Butterkin, which looks a lot like your mystery pumpkin/squash. It says it is taking gardeners and gourmet markets by storm because of it’s flavor and size. Thank you again for the recipe. Happy Gardening! Catherine p.s. Would love to know what you have chosen for 2018

  • I have a very unique winter squash named Red Kuri growing on a cattle panel trellis I customized for my community garden plot. I picked up 3 concrete remesh panels (that’s what Home Depot calls them) for about $10 each. Size is 4′ wide x 7′ long with 4″ spaces. My garden plot is 10′ x 20′. I started at one end and placed 2 wooden stakes in the ground about 3′ apart. I set the 4′ side of the first panel at soil level against these stakes. I then bent them the wire panel down to the ground about 4′ away and against 2 more stakes, forming a low arch. I took the next panel, set it ground level against the stakes I just used for the first panel, again bent it over into a low arch against 2 more stakes 4′ away forming a low arch right next to the first one. Finally I took a third panel, set it against the stakes for my previous panel and bent it over against the final 2 stakes, about 4′ away. I ended up with 3 panels bent in low arches one after the other, then planted my Red Kuri winter squash at the base of the first panel and guided it over all 3 panels and all the way to the end. I guided the actual squash between the nearest 4″ hole and let it hang down. When I run out of room I’ll turn the vines and run them back where I started. I hope you got all that! I would love to send you pictures but can’t do it here. Maybe another way? I’m getting lots of comments about it.

  • I plan to grow my butternut up a trellis next year. Do they need extra support, like a cloth of some sort wraped around them an tied to the trellis. I believe they will hold themselves up, but since you have done this before pleas let me know your experience. Thanks!!!

  • I enjoyed watching your 2016 squash video. I don’t know where you are located (Europe? North America?) but I suspect your climate is similar to mine in Eastern Massachusetts, USA. I have a modest size garden with very limited sunlight but I enjoy growing winter squash, especially varieties I cannot purchase commercially.

    Your 2016 harvest of Tonda Padana Italian winter squash looks unripened. When Tonda Padana ripens (chemical process whereby bitter tasting starch converts to sweet tasting sugar) the external ribs of this squash turn from green to brilliant yellow. I grow Tonda Padana (and other winter squash) and harvest the fruits in Mid-October before the first frost. Some of these squashes are only partially ripened and I must allow them to sit in a warm, sunny window for another month or two (or three!) before they fully ripen. Tonda Padana requires long vines and yield only 1 or 2 fruits per vine but each squash usually weighs about 10 pounds. A fully ripe Tonda Padana has a dry, sweet flesh and is similar in taste to butternut squash, only better. Much better. Trick is to let the squash fully ripen.

    I’m new to YouTube and will look for your other videos. Thank you.

  • I planted butternut squash at my country house garden a few weeks or so ago. First time ever growing winter squash, I’ve never even tasted butternut squash lol I planted 3 seeds in a bed with a bunch of other veggies and did not put in a trellis, all 3 are growing. Pumpkins are growin all around them. I thought they could just ramble around like the pumpkins and watermelon are doing, will that still work with no trellis?

  • They sure are addictive once you start, I grew gem squash last year, which is a summer variety, but great for roasting, I was very impressed.

  • My hands down very favorite variety is called Zucchino Rampicante. If you look on the Baker Creek website, it’s in the Summer Squash section. However, it’s both a summer AND winter squash. Eat it young and green like a Zucchini. But it tastes betterit has a slightly sweeter flavor. Or let it grow big and mature, it’s big, and I know you said that’s not your jam, but they are so much fun to look at and have the most delicious flavor. They also keep really really well. Just an overall great variety and they look amazing growing vertically up a big fence.

  • I’m under constant attack from vine bore moths, I’ve got the vines covered with foil but they lay eggs all over the leaves and blooms.

  • Have you thought of canning your excess squash/pumpkins in canning jars? Any large pot with a lid can become a water bath canner. If you don’t have a jar rack, you can put the jar rings in the bottom of the pot to keep the jars off direct heat. That’s the best option if you don’t have a freezer. I would rather have mine canned than frozen. If you’d like complete instructions, just Google it. Never worry about growing small if you learn to can your produce.
    Beautiful harvest and you are a good spokesperson for the seed company, they should endorse you.

  • I love it I love squash and pumpkins and watermelons, zucchinis:p. I’m just starting with the butternut squash I’ve never grown up before your videos are awesome!!

  • I need a cattle panel because I am going to build your arch trellis! QUESTION: Is that one from Lowe’s suitable for arching or is it too stiff and sturdy? Thanks! Love you Kim!

  • Good morning! Looks like a lovely day to be in the garden ��☀️�� I have never grown squash but am trying to grow zucchini for the first time. Last night I saw our first 2 zucchini blooms �� have a wonderful day ��

  • Why do I think you are going to outgrow that backyard and buy a farm? I actually hope you don’t. Backyard gardening is so relatable for many of us!

  • the first clip is just sad this guy must be smurfing to not get shot at or even pre fired its the most famous spawnpeek and he stands there in the open not getting shot once i get shot before i even run out that door must be in bronze

  • The problem I have here in Central FLorida is my squashes will grow pretty much the hand size and then stop growing. I read that it means they were not pollinated enough. This year I put in a lot more flowers to bring and keep the bees in my gardens.

  • Beware the Vine Borers. Try to cover the stem which is where they manifest and eat their way inside the stem. They are a real problem in many southern states.

  • I used to be an NRG fanboy but not after the ridiculous performances ive seen at RLCS, you guys are playing like c1 players in a “professional” environment. NRG is better off with a player like Turboposla, please resign and pursue your freestyling career like you first endeavored to be. Thats all you will ever amount to, your mechanics dont get you to pro level, maybe in the earlier seasons, players are getting better and your game sense and consistency isnt what NRG needs.

  • Squishy: These guys are really good, they can definitely comeback no doubt in my mind

    Me knowing this ultimately leads to the other team forfeiting: ��

  • Around the 3:50 minute mark is a classic sign that Mac (I hope the spelling is correct) is giving you the, “lady it’s my nap time and I’m looking forward to this video being done”…. I love him!
    PS you’re not to bad yourself and I appreciate your help with this gardening thing too.

  • About Chersonskaya. It is really mystery. Searching by the name as you mentioned in video I could find that “Chersonskaya” is a Ukrainian heirloom squash with seeds to be ordered from Holland and US.
    While there are no words about it in Ukrainian (Russian) part of internet. Instead there are few varieties that look-a-like and in details it is said all of them are sweet and none of them is hybrid:
    UA “гарбуз херсонський” (RU “тыква херсонская”) http://cvetnik.in.ua/product_621.html
    UA “гарбуз волзький сірий” (RU “тыква волжская серая”) http://urozhai.com/?q=uk/garbuz-vozhskii-srii-ss-5g
    UA “гарбуз український сірий” (RU “тыква украинская серая”) http://charsad.com.ua/uk/sad-i-horod/ovochi/harbuz-siryi-ukrainskyi-2h

  • Our neighbor just gave us a butternut squash and my wife baked it but nobody liked the taste,, is their another way to Cooke it?

  • Hi Vera..im growing pumpkins too every year.and i had grown only 1 variety but i am not really sure if this was Australian grey or the crown prince.its Round and has blue grey color and orange flesh.taste realy good absolute a favorite in our household.i had save so many seeds and i keep growing it every year.if ur interested to grow the same i can share it with u.

  • Pretty coffee cup… I like it! Thank you CaliKim for dedicating this video to Butternut Squash. I have been wondering what type of trellis to use. I knew B’nut squash was weighty and would need a trellis sturdy enough to support them. We have Home Depot near us… Would they carry wire thick enough to use? I can make my own trellis if they do. ( I prefer your opinion best).

  • If you can locate it, Gold Nugget would be ideal for you. It has a bush form, is extremely prolific, stores well, is multi-purpose, and was specifically developed for areas with cool summers and short seasons.

  • I started this year in growing butternut squash at first I had planted them in a bed with alot of other vegetables not realizing that they grow as a vine so I had to transplant them in another spot where they would have room to grow. So I thank you for this video I do need to add a trellis that is going to be my next project.

  • I enjoyed watching your 2016 squash video. I don’t know where you are located (Europe? North America?) but I suspect your climate is similar to mine in Eastern Massachusetts, USA. I have a modest size garden with very limited sunlight but I enjoy growing winter squash, especially varieties I cannot purchase commercially.

    Your 2016 harvest of Tonda Padana Italian winter squash looks unripened. When Tonda Padana ripens (chemical process whereby bitter tasting starch converts to sweet tasting sugar) the external ribs of this squash turn from green to brilliant yellow. I grow Tonda Padana (and other winter squash) and harvest the fruits in Mid-October before the first frost. Some of these squashes are only partially ripened and I must allow them to sit in a warm, sunny window for another month or two (or three!) before they fully ripen. Tonda Padana requires long vines and yield only 1 or 2 fruits per vine but each squash usually weighs about 10 pounds. A fully ripe Tonda Padana has a dry, sweet flesh and is similar in taste to butternut squash, only better. Much better. Trick is to let the squash fully ripen.

    I’m new to YouTube and will look for your other videos. Thank you.

  • “No coffee = no work!”. I pre ordered the book! I’m not doing winter squash this year but I have some rare Tigger melons (yes, 2 g’s) along with my cucs. Those are some thick scarlet runner bean vines!

  • That tachanka glitch is with maestro as well. If you shoot laser with your turret and come out of cams, your gun will be invisible

  • “No coffee = no work!”. I pre ordered the book! I’m not doing winter squash this year but I have some rare Tigger melons (yes, 2 g’s) along with my cucs. Those are some thick scarlet runner bean vines!

  • hello, there Kim! I’m so happy that my butternut squash is doing exactly what you mentioned. Thanks for the info. It’s kinda intertwining with my cantaloupe. I just love your channel. God Bless you, Bertha in TEXAS

  • I tried to tie my butternut squash to bamboo poles last year, and I got very few squash. I was thinking when they grow on the ground that the vine has the opportunity to re-root to feed the plant & encourage the squash to grow. Or maybe it simply didn’t get enough sun? When they’re on the ground, they grow ugly spots but when they grow up a tomato cage then the squash looks pretty. And the animals don’t pick at them either when growing off the ground.
    The first year I tried it, I grew like 30. Next year, I grew almost half that. Butternuts have become more difficult, perhaps 1st year was beginner’s luck?

  • I just want to hang out in your garden and pretend it’s mine. Haha. So peaceful and fun! Next year I’m definitely going the trellis route!

  • I can definitely tell you are in photographer. The setting and that table that the squash is setting on is beautiful. Great reviews. I looked into the seed company but obviously was not in English. Lol could not find a place to change language. I use a seed company called MIgardner that are very reasonable and small family company. We also have a bigger well know company that is all heirloom seeds called Baker Creek Seed Company.

  • If you have a cheater in your game don’t throw you lose double the renown if you lose then they take the renown you would gained twoards your rank

  • So many to choose from! Didn’t have much luck this year as my seedlings died or were eaten by slugs:-( Still hoping my pumpkins will ripen in time for Halloween. But one variety i want to try for next year is Gem bought some to eat and thought they were great. The size of a cricket ball and just as hard to cut into but ideal for individual portions. Saved the seed so will definitely be sowing those next year.

  • I’m growing Butternut and Spaghetti squash up a cattle panel…Butternut on one side and Spaghetti on the other side…they have met in the middle and I’m wondering if I should prune to stop the growth and put more energy into my squash?? I have 10 Butternut Squash and only 2 Spaghetti squash…something is attacking my Spaghetti squash! I can’t even believe how huge my Butternut are…larger than my hand! Woohoo!! Hopefully my Spaghetti will catchup!

  • I hate ppl who spawnpeek, but if you pull that ace spawnpeek bullshit off, i’ll fuckin respect that.

    Unless you’re a smurf or hacker, thats when it’s pathetic.

  • Gorgeous garden Kim. Congrats on the book news. I wish my plants looked that good. They are horrible this year. I’ve tried everything. So frustrating. Lol.

  • Could you please include information about days to germinate, companion plants and soil ph needed so we can just buy the seeds and are good to go.

  • Thank you this great squash review! I’d love to hear what you thought of the flavor of the North Georgia Candy Roaster squash. This is my first year growing winter squashes and I am growing 5 varieties… 1. NG Candy Roaster 2. Jack-B-Little Pumpkins 3. Black Sweet Potato Cushaw type 4. Walthem Butternut and 5. Connecticut Field Pumpkins… I’m new to the southern appalachian region of the US so I am experimenting with local tradition of growing the 3 sisters, so my squashes are planted around a block of Painted Moutain Corn, Scarlet Emperor Runner Beans, and Black Turtle Beans, with one row of the ‘4th sister’, Mammoth Grey Stripe Sunflowers. So far I am pleased with all but the Jack-B-Littles, they seem to have had a much lower emergence rate than the rest.

  • What great varieties, I love trying new flovored/colored varieties and seeing how they perform for your area. You may need a congrats for 5 thousand! subscribers on your next video!…

  • I would suggest Black Futsu. It’s a moschata, but unbelievably early and cool weather tolerant. Though flesh is thin, it’s very tasty to roast etc. Keeps very well, small plant with many fruits.

  • Hi from Australia!  I am so pleased I found you, I love to grow but then struggle with what to do with the harvest! I can’t wait to try your recipes. Just curious how many pumpkins did you grow per bed? Or do you have a different spot in your garden for them? Which plant  is the most productive for its size?

  • Finally Ubi is doing something against smurfs. It’s now stated in the terms and conditions that smurfs are no longer accepted in this Game.

  • There’s a bunch of people complaining about the first clip. They’re either shit silvers, or plats that couldn’t do that in a thousand years.

  • We grow kuri, from discarded seed I picked up in Frankfurt producer market and also butternut. The butternut I found growing in the compost pile mid winter. Presumably from the discarded seed from one we bought (!) or were given.
    We have had butternut come as volunteers, and they been very successful, possibly because of our neglect.
    I mostly use them in curries, often with chickpeas or as a tray roast vegetable. Or soups.

    Seems the vast majority of squash sold in UK are used for halloween then thrown away. They grow masses of them in the fields round us we see the laden tractors rushing past our window into the night.

  • I loved that HeirloomLakota /Hubbard variety, crazy amazing! 
    Lol, by the looks of it’s likely meant for the entire tribe for one evenings sitting, heh ha. 
    Awesome video, great job camera on setting; placement of camera to sun for lighting. 
    Well done all & or just our hostess with the most!

  • Such a lovely coffee mug from Brian and Emily! Good friends who know what you like (coffee and gardening) are the best. 😉 I am so happy for you that your book made it to the bestseller list! That is so wonderful. And it is soooo nice it will be available in our cold, dark an wet wintertime, haha, such a joy to read it then and plan for the next season with your tips and suggestions. These tips here for trellising were great and very usable too as always. Thank you for another coffee walk in cheerful company (so to say).

  • The problem I have here in Central FLorida is my squashes will grow pretty much the hand size and then stop growing. I read that it means they were not pollinated enough. This year I put in a lot more flowers to bring and keep the bees in my gardens.

  • No squash this season Kim as am trying things a little different with the later season start this year. Growing through black plastic and fabric layers to warm the ground and knock back the weeds. Just for an experiment I picked up a 4 pack of Bush Early Girl tomatoes a day ago that I am going to try 3 ways: in ground; in container; in hydro! Such fun! Great news on your new book deal to:-) -Bob…

  • I love the coffee walk idea. My little girl (2) and I went for a morning coffee walk around our veggie garden after seeing your last coffee walk video. She had a cup of warm milk in her keep cup. It’s winter here in Australia but warm enough to have lots going on in the garden. Love your videos.

  • Wish you’d upload videos with more losses and close games. Get really boring when you win both games in all of your videos and they’re often times blow outs

  • This year is the first year that I have grown squash (other than courgettes and marrow or cucumber). Poor results as I put them on some land I only began gardening this year, plus the drought not an auspicious start. I sowed 2 open pollinated varieties one called Anna Schwartz and another called Winter Luxury, which I got from the Real Seed Catalogue http://www.realseeds.co.uk and have only had one squash from each vine. But I treated them roughly, as I didn’t know what I was doing and the summer was severely dry, so I’ll save the seed to see what emerges but I still have some of the original seed. The bonus is that they protected my little dwarf beans and kept the weeds down. Will try again this year to see what happens

  • You have a beautiful collection of winter squashes there! That Lakota squash looks like it has two stems! Strange and cool-looking! You could always cook and freeze the leftover pumpkin. Good for pumpkin bread and pies! Yum! Beautiful! Love this, thank you for sharing!

  • I’m growing Butternut and Spaghetti squash up a cattle panel…Butternut on one side and Spaghetti on the other side…they have met in the middle and I’m wondering if I should prune to stop the growth and put more energy into my squash?? I have 10 Butternut Squash and only 2 Spaghetti squash…something is attacking my Spaghetti squash! I can’t even believe how huge my Butternut are…larger than my hand! Woohoo!! Hopefully my Spaghetti will catchup!

  • Thanks for the great ideas! I only have space for container gardening and I was wondering how I could go vertical with the squash. Checking out your other videos for DIY heavy duty trellis.

  • I love watching your channel. Love your calm personality, it says a lot about being close to the nurture will bring. Great tips as always.

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  • 1st time Watcher. With your garden trellised and compartmentalized as it is all over the yard, I’m not sure how to implement your ideas since our garden is just in one place, 5 ft. by 50 feet across the back of the yard and we ROTOTILL every Fall. How do you work your soil every year with those posts and the cattle panel there, for instance and in other areas where you have things in a raised bed?

  • Pretty coffee cup… I like it! Thank you CaliKim for dedicating this video to Butternut Squash. I have been wondering what type of trellis to use. I knew B’nut squash was weighty and would need a trellis sturdy enough to support them. We have Home Depot near us… Would they carry wire thick enough to use? I can make my own trellis if they do. ( I prefer your opinion best).

  • It’s my first year growing butternut squash. I’m using a tomato cage as a trellis…two plants per trellis.
    Question:
    How do I prune the leaves for better air flow (less powdery mildew) and easier access for pollinators?

    Thank you so much for sharing your gardening knowledge. GREATLY appreciated CaliKim!!!! Stay safe!!!!����

  • Yeah they should put the people who team kill a lot and do shit like that in like bad sport lobbies so they aren’t always fuckin up everyone’s fun tryin to win

  • I live in San Diego County. I got a butternut squash from Trader Joe’s. I took out all the innards and some of the seeds had yellow leaves so I thought I would see if they would green up. I put the whole innards in a plastic cup filled with water and set it on a table on the patio. They didn’t turn green. I also had to spray some neem oil due to fruit flies. I decided to bury the whole thing after a week. We have prolific lemon and valencia trees this year and instead of putting the rinds in the landfill, I have been burying them in the yard. I had a week of mushy rinds to bury. I put the butternut squash seeds on top of the citrus rinds and covered with an inch of dirt. In three days the butternut seeds sprouted and we were able to transplant them to other areas of the garden. I tried the same exact thing for spaghetti squash seeds the next week, and 30-40 sprouted. I don’t know if it was the week soaking in water, or if the mushy citrus rinds had a role in it. (I didn’t water the seeds on top of the citrus rinds until they sprouted.) Big, beautiful sprouts.

  • On that first clip I tell you I have aim just as good but if I were to have tried running out like that I would have gotten beamed and that’s just my luck

  • Not growing butternut currently cuz our neighbor gave us almost a dozen last year. It is still tempting but I dont think I have any more space for it

  • I know a brother and sister in their late 30s early 40s perhaps that look VERY similar to you. They’re both adopted, Rhode Island area….any chance you have missing siblings?

  • Hello! That’s really informative and does answer all my doubts related to the right time to harvest a butternut squash.

    If I may ask how many squash do you manage to get from one creeper on an average??

    Mine are in a pot which may explain the small size of the squash that I am growing while I manage to get only one healthy squash from one plant. Is that normal??

  • So many to choose from! Didn’t have much luck this year as my seedlings died or were eaten by slugs:-( Still hoping my pumpkins will ripen in time for Halloween. But one variety i want to try for next year is Gem bought some to eat and thought they were great. The size of a cricket ball and just as hard to cut into but ideal for individual portions. Saved the seed so will definitely be sowing those next year.

  • You can never have too many trellises! Love how mac sits up straighter when you say his name! He really knows his role on video day! 😉

  • Another great review video. Thank you for sharing your experience with growing and eating these squash. This is not a vegetable, any squash really, that I grew up eating. So now, I like to try them all! Since watching your review from last year, while looking at my Territorial seed catalog, I found Butterkin, which looks a lot like your mystery pumpkin/squash. It says it is taking gardeners and gourmet markets by storm because of it’s flavor and size. Thank you again for the recipe. Happy Gardening! Catherine p.s. Would love to know what you have chosen for 2018

  • Question, do i toss my butternut Squash on top of my potting soil, or do I have to plant my seeds a couple inches deep in my potting soil?

  • It is basic chemistry, winter squash are basically the same as any other root vegetables. Heat expands and cold shrinks, during the heating, the squash was infused with the water, so no biggie, they will be awesome when you open them up and get to eat.. I love science. I was a the naught/mean girl who excelled in science,lol

  • Why do I think you are going to outgrow that backyard and buy a farm? I actually hope you don’t. Backyard gardening is so relatable for many of us!

  • What great varieties, I love trying new flovored/colored varieties and seeing how they perform for your area. You may need a congrats for 5 thousand! subscribers on your next video!…

  • Hi CaliKim. I am a military mom living on base in Japan. I am not allowed to dig up my yard��, but because of that, I took a bunch of ideas from your channel about growing in pots. I can’t be more pleased with how it is turning out. Butternut squash is one of my “crops” this year. I made a trellis out of sturdy poles and green plastic fencing that rests against a wall, and arches over to my vining green beans. So far they are about 8 feet long with 6 healthy squash. Thank you for all of your tips and tricks!

  • I’m new to your channel! Also new to gardening. I live in Oklahoma and I’ve just started a few fruit trees, and have volunteer butternut squash. This is all new so I’m taking it slow, just introducing a few new things a year. My biggest question is on what my expectation should be, if I were to consistently build up my garden with veggies, what percentage of daily food do gardens contribute to? What could I reasonably assume would feed us? Just from your experience, I know there’s a lot of variable factors!

  • Thank you for your review of the squash you grew. We like to grow Long Island Cheese Pumpkin, and we grow it in our zone 7 garden in the leaf compost pile. It grows as large as the one that grew in your compost pile. It is a Heritage Variety that was almost lost, as it is not a good traveler because of its shape. Very popular for pies, and I make cakes and soup out of ours as well. Baker Creek is where I got the seeds from. Two others that we tried last year, from roadside farmers stands were HoneyNut, which is a butternut variety. We liked the taste very much. I found the seeds for them at Territorial Seed, and another, that I have not found yet in a catalog was Baked Potato Squash. It has the shape of an acorn squash, but it pale flesh in color on the outside and nearly white on the inside, like a potato. I am looking forward to checking out your squash soup recipe. Thank you. Happy Gardening! Catherine

  • Hi, this is Elaine from CT. I am a renter and am happy my landlord is letting do a container garden in the yard. I started late due to a tragedy in my family in Feb. But the important thing is that I started, small. I am going to grow spegetti squash.but ii start with cherry tomatoes, peppers,greens, herbs, cucumbers, tomatoes, strawberries and flowers. I want to eat what I grow. Also planting seeds for my winter garden. Thanks for all your help GB

  • I love it I love squash and pumpkins and watermelons, zucchinis:p. I’m just starting with the butternut squash I’ve never grown up before your videos are awesome!!

  • Do you just start items in big red pipe containers or do you let them continue to grow in those? Did you get one big pc. of that and then cut them to smaller ones? (the red planters)

  • If you can locate it, Gold Nugget would be ideal for you. It has a bush form, is extremely prolific, stores well, is multi-purpose, and was specifically developed for areas with cool summers and short seasons.

  • I just happened to be looking for a Butternut squash trellis idea and your video was just published, thank you. Also what variety of tomato are your growing for the competition? Is this the competition with Gary from The Rusted Garden and Jess from Roots and Refuge? I’m growing a pink Brandywine as my entry. Not the biggest, but hopefully going for overall production!

  • Hi CaliKim. I am a military mom living on base in Japan. I am not allowed to dig up my yard��, but because of that, I took a bunch of ideas from your channel about growing in pots. I can’t be more pleased with how it is turning out. Butternut squash is one of my “crops” this year. I made a trellis out of sturdy poles and green plastic fencing that rests against a wall, and arches over to my vining green beans. So far they are about 8 feet long with 6 healthy squash. Thank you for all of your tips and tricks!

  • 99% of people won’t see this but if you do god loves you and has a plan for you. never give up and you will get where you want. ❤️

  • I’m not growing butternut squash this year. However, when I was much younger and still living at home, my dad let me put in a garden in the back yard. He rented a tiller and I was able to plant any seeds that I wanted to. At the time, we were living in southwest Ohio where it rained on a regular basis. I planted a variety of butternut squash called Butterbush. The fruit was identical in appearance and flavor to the butternut squash that grew on vines. I don’t know if this variety is being offered anymore; but, it was a good variety for people who had limited space with which to work. I didn’t need to trellis it.

  • Opps, stopped too soon. Yes I do take coffee walks everyday. I say I am going out to survey my domaine. Haha, my friend’s husband says this and I stole it!!!!

  • That tachanka glitch is with maestro as well. If you shoot laser with your turret and come out of cams, your gun will be invisible

  • With all that you and CG do for the (world community!) You deserve to be on the best sellers list! Gardening would not be the same for many of us without your youtube channel and others like it! You are very much appreciated…. and besides…. Mac is so darn cute!!!! LOL! Love all your videos. A HUGE Thank you for all you do!

  • This is my first year growing Butternut Squash and I’m so surprised at how well they are doing. I’m having to hand pollinate but I enjoy that as well. I have quite a few on there as well. I love Butternuts and can’t wait to eat these from my own garden!!!

  • Chersonskaya squash look a lot like crown prince, I’m wondering if it’s an Ukrainian name for the same squash. You might find the seeds easier to find under that name. They are a lovely sweet squash, I’ve grown them in the UK for a couple of years now and I’ll be harvesting this year’s soon, looks like I might get 10 from 5 plants.

  • This year is the first year that I have grown squash (other than courgettes and marrow or cucumber). Poor results as I put them on some land I only began gardening this year, plus the drought not an auspicious start. I sowed 2 open pollinated varieties one called Anna Schwartz and another called Winter Luxury, which I got from the Real Seed Catalogue http://www.realseeds.co.uk and have only had one squash from each vine. But I treated them roughly, as I didn’t know what I was doing and the summer was severely dry, so I’ll save the seed to see what emerges but I still have some of the original seed. The bonus is that they protected my little dwarf beans and kept the weeds down. Will try again this year to see what happens

  • The same thing happened to my last year when I canned squash and I came to the same conclusion you did. If it had only been one jar I would have said it was some syphoning but it was all of them.

  • I’ve just grown Red Kuri, a gorgeous 2lb (1 kg) round squash (summer is finishing here in Australia). I got 8 fruits from 2 vines, and today I made some beautiful tasty sweet soup and I froze several servings. I also grew Marina Di Chiogga, a really big warty squash which is meant to taste excellent. I’ve got another 4 weeks or so before I can harvest them. I’m getting really interested in winter squash thanks for a great video!

  • Gorgeous garden Kim. Congrats on the book news. I wish my plants looked that good. They are horrible this year. I’ve tried everything. So frustrating. Lol.

  • I started this year in growing butternut squash at first I had planted them in a bed with alot of other vegetables not realizing that they grow as a vine so I had to transplant them in another spot where they would have room to grow. So I thank you for this video I do need to add a trellis that is going to be my next project.

  • I am growing butternut squash also. Started early in year from seeds. I do have bees but seem to get mostly male flowers. The female comes along, no male flower and I lose the squash she had. I have four plants climbing away and so far one squash that is growing. Many appear and then yellow and drop off. Why? ��

  • hello, there Kim! I’m so happy that my butternut squash is doing exactly what you mentioned. Thanks for the info. It’s kinda intertwining with my cantaloupe. I just love your channel. God Bless you, Bertha in TEXAS

  • I love cooking with butternut squash and threw some seeds directly from my chopping board (pulp and all) into the garden without much thought. Didn’t do anything to them. Not a week later they sprouted and have continued to grow and already had some male blooms appear. Really excited about it. I had zero idea how to grow them so this was helpful. Will be making a trellis (I have some slim wood beams that I’ll try to hammer together). Crossing my fingers! Great channel!!

  • I’m not growing butternut squash this year. However, when I was much younger and still living at home, my dad let me put in a garden in the back yard. He rented a tiller and I was able to plant any seeds that I wanted to. At the time, we were living in southwest Ohio where it rained on a regular basis. I planted a variety of butternut squash called Butterbush. The fruit was identical in appearance and flavor to the butternut squash that grew on vines. I don’t know if this variety is being offered anymore; but, it was a good variety for people who had limited space with which to work. I didn’t need to trellis it.

  • Great to see another squash addict! Excellent work getting larger fruit and a good harvest. Seminole pumpkin is one of our favorite types here in the tropics.

  • If you have a cheater in your game don’t throw you lose double the renown if you lose then they take the renown you would gained twoards your rank

  • Question, do i toss my butternut Squash on top of my potting soil, or do I have to plant my seeds a couple inches deep in my potting soil?

  • I planted butternut squash at my country house garden a few weeks or so ago. First time ever growing winter squash, I’ve never even tasted butternut squash lol I planted 3 seeds in a bed with a bunch of other veggies and did not put in a trellis, all 3 are growing. Pumpkins are growin all around them. I thought they could just ramble around like the pumpkins and watermelon are doing, will that still work with no trellis?

  • On that first clip I tell you I have aim just as good but if I were to have tried running out like that I would have gotten beamed and that’s just my luck

  • It’s my first year growing butternut squash. I’m using a tomato cage as a trellis…two plants per trellis.
    Question:
    How do I prune the leaves for better air flow (less powdery mildew) and easier access for pollinators?

    Thank you so much for sharing your gardening knowledge. GREATLY appreciated CaliKim!!!! Stay safe!!!!����

  • I can definitely tell you are in photographer. The setting and that table that the squash is setting on is beautiful. Great reviews. I looked into the seed company but obviously was not in English. Lol could not find a place to change language. I use a seed company called MIgardner that are very reasonable and small family company. We also have a bigger well know company that is all heirloom seeds called Baker Creek Seed Company.

  • Such a lovely coffee mug from Brian and Emily! Good friends who know what you like (coffee and gardening) are the best. 😉 I am so happy for you that your book made it to the bestseller list! That is so wonderful. And it is soooo nice it will be available in our cold, dark an wet wintertime, haha, such a joy to read it then and plan for the next season with your tips and suggestions. These tips here for trellising were great and very usable too as always. Thank you for another coffee walk in cheerful company (so to say).

  • Your video is slow (but not too slow). It’s relaxing. It’s focused. When it ends I feel the love for gardening, not overwhelmed.

    Instead of coffee walks, I do water hose walks. Lol. I want the hose handy in case I need to spray bugs. I drink my coffee as I watch your videos first thing in the morning. =) Happy Gardening!

  • I need a cattle panel because I am going to build your arch trellis! QUESTION: Is that one from Lowe’s suitable for arching or is it too stiff and sturdy? Thanks! Love you Kim!

  • Good morning! Looks like a lovely day to be in the garden ��☀️�� I have never grown squash but am trying to grow zucchini for the first time. Last night I saw our first 2 zucchini blooms �� have a wonderful day ��

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  • Could you please include information about days to germinate, companion plants and soil ph needed so we can just buy the seeds and are good to go.