Spaghetti Squash and Jalapeno Peppers!

Together at last! As mentioned in my previous post, for fun, I planted spaghetti squash (winter squash) seeds and jalapeno pepper seeds on June 25. Seedlings are evident for both crops! The squash is in the large container in the top center. I’ve had previous happy success (still) growing another winter squash, acorn squash, in the spring and summer. This gives me great hope that I may be able to enjoy homegrown winter squash year-round! No need to wait for the cold days of autumn and winter. It’s my second attempt at growing jalapeno peppers – the first round did not produce any seedlings, so I’m really looking forward to adding jalapeno peppers to many of my meals!


One Response

  1. We just started buying spaghetti squash to cook last year. Our first night to try it was last Halloween, and we made worms (the squash), with blood sauce (marinara). We added some vegies for fun too. It was memorable! LOL. Good luck with your crop! It will be so much exciting fun to watch and eat!

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