Pennsylvania Dutch Crookneck Squash SQ218
(C. moschata) 105 days. A popular 19th century Pennsylvania variety that is still grown in many Amish communities. Sometimes called “Neck Pumpkin” because of its long, flesh-filled neck, it somewhat resembles a giant butternut squash with a very long neck. It can reach 20 lbs in size! The flesh is superb, being deep orange and richly flavored, making it so popular with Amish wives for making their delectable pumpkin pies, butters and other deserts.