The vegetable garden has for the most part ground down to clean up time here in Zone 6 Northern New Jersey, but a little investigation might reveal a few unexpected benefits hidden amongst the debris.
Yes, the squash is full of seeds and perhaps that is a clue leading to a fun, productive and money saving course of action. Wouldn’t it be great not to need to buy seeds next year for vegetables which are raised each and every gardening season? Yes it would, and it is fun and easy to do. Squash seeds are some of the very easiest to preserve.
The technique shown here will work for zucchini, golden summer squash and the winter squashes too such as acorn, butternut and blue Hubbard’s as well as pumpkins.
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