Answer: Grow spaghetti squash just like you would any other cucurbit--pumpkins, melons, cucumbers, or other squash. They are tender, so set out once the soil has warmed up. You can start them indoors if you like, but they should do fine if direct seeded. Keep aneye out for cucumber beetles and squash bugs. You can cover your seedlings with a floating row cover secured at the edges with soil; remove the cover when the plant begins to flower to the bees can pollinate it. You can also grow the squash on a sturdy trellis; secure developing fruits to the trellis with a fabric sling to keep them from pulling the vines down. Keep you squash plants well-watered and fertilized, and you should be all set!<br><br>Yes, Burpee does sell spaghetti squash (2 varieties).
Q&A Library Searching Tips