Winter Squash (Cucurbita moshata)Regular price $4.99 Save $-4.99
Winter Squash, scientifically known as Cucurbita moschata, a wonderful and nutritious addition to your garden. Also With its hardy vines and large, elongated fruit, this squash variety thrives in colder temperatures and stores well through the winter months.
From butternut to cheese pumpkins, Winter Squash comes in various shapes and sizes, adding a pop of color to your garden. These squash plants produce attractive yellow flowers that are popular among bees for their nectar. Ideal for vegetable gardens and edible landscapes, Winter Squash offers a bounty of delicious culinary options and attracts beneficial pollinators.
Embrace the goodness of Winter Squash and enjoy its tasty rewards while supporting the health of your garden ecosystem.
- Botanical Name: Cucurbita moshata
- Height: 2-6 ft
- Life Cycle: Herb - Perennial
- Color: Green
- Bloom Season: Summer
- Light Requirements: Full Sun
- Hardiness Zones: 4-12
More importantly here is what you get!
At Finding Nectar, you can purchase Winter Squash (Cucurbita moshata) in a 4 inch pot, grown from seed, without the use of systemic pesticides, and are nurtured in living soil. We prioritize the root health of our flowers rather than forcing them to bloom, giving them the best chance to flourish in your yard within the first year.
Here is why it's important
At Finding Nectar in Arvada, Colorado, we highly value pollinators' vital role in ecosystems and food supply. Therefore, we thoughtfully select plants, like the Winter Squash (Cucurbita moshata), to support them.
These nectar-rich and pollen-filled plants nourish bees, butterflies, and more. Also using our pollinator-friendly species, you actively preserve essential beings and create a thriving garden. Moreover, as a dedicated nursery serving the Front Range, you can shop worry-free about climate suitability.
Join us in creating a sustainable environment for both plants and pollinators! So, choose Finding Nectar for a greener future. So Act now and make a difference with Finding Nectar!