Also known as Red Hubbard and Golden Warted Hubbard. Introduced in the late 1800's to the seed trade, the origin of this squash is unknown but was first sold by Storrs & Harrison Seed Company of Painesville, Ohio. It is possible the original seed stock was collected locally as was common by searching seedsmen in the 1800's. Fruits average 8-10 pounds. Stores well but best flavor is within 3 months of harvest. Fine grained flesh makes great pies, casseroles and soups. Excellent fall decoration too. 30 seed per pack.