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Post Spaghetti Squash
Does anyone in Tassie know where I can get spaghetti squash seeds? I'd like to grow them next year. If there are local suppliers that have them, I want to know about them. :P


Fri May 25, 2012 9:18 am
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I know that diggers sell the seeds do they ship to tasmania though?
We've had lots of success with ours this year.

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Fri May 25, 2012 10:48 am
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Mine were a flat out no grow, any tips?

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I planted ours in a similar way to a pumpkin lots of space lots of manure & they grew like weeds.

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Sat May 26, 2012 7:28 am
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Right, I finally sat down and looked through all my online seed catalogs. Diggers looks like a fantastic place to order all kinds of seed from, but one packet of 15 spaghetti squash seeds is $3.50, and they tack on a $6.50 shipping fee, and there's a $4.00 Tas quarantine fee as well. That's $10.00 already for 15 friggin' seeds. :O

However, I went back and looked at Rangeview seeds again, and found them!

http://www.rangeviewseeds.com.au/produc ... t=0&page=1

I dunno how I missed them, but I'm pleased to see they're there. It also seems to suggest that they (Rangeview) send out seasonal choices of seed (I get mine at a local hardware store). So, I probably won't see them on the rack until spring. But it's still brilliant. :)


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