The Q&A Archives: Hubbard Seed Source

Question: My grandfather grew the largest best tasting hubbard I have ever had. It had a thick dark blue-forest green skin which was covered by large warts and a few ridges. The meat was always firm and had a yellow to orange hue. Can you help me find this variety?

Answer: There's an heirloom Hubbard (introduced in the 1790's) that yields 10-20 pound blue-green, rounded fruits, carried by:<br>Seeds of Change<br>P. O. Box 15700<br>Santa Fe, NM 87506-5700<br>(505)438-8080<br><br>I hope it's the one you're looking for.

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