So far, we have one sexy spaghetti squash...
|Sporting a Jedwood haircut|
.. and what is currently known as our 'prize winning courgette' (it is one inch long).
And we have a mutant squash. Last year, we collected the seeds from one of our acorn squashes and saved them. These seeds have been planted and the plants are currently by far the most prolific in producing fruit. Yet the fruit do not look like anything we have ever seen on a squash before. We suspect that the female acorn squash was pollinated by the male from a moonbeam squash that we also grew last year. Therefore: