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Japanese Blue Hokkido or Kabocha , Circa Pre 1500's- (Cucurbita maxima) - Portuguese sailors introduced kabocha to Japan in 1541, bringing it with them from Cambodia. A traditional open pollinated & greatly misunderstood onion or pear drop shaped (like its orange brother 'Uchiki Kuri') a medium sized, fine grained Oriental Bluey-Green skinned squash from Japan, better known as a Kabocha or Japanese Pumpkin. Golden creamy inside flesh with a drier, an exceptional sweet flavour & Chestnutty taste. The plant grows well on rich soil & should be well watered during the growth. Very productive and beautiful, keeps well thru winter , Seed Count Approx - 6 avg,.......... Seeds sent outside the United Kingdom may incur Higher Shipping / Handling Charges