Table Queen Acorn Squash is a winter variety. The sweet, dry, golden-yellow flesh is excellent for baking and keeps well. This bush type acorn squash was introduced in 1913 in Des Moines.
An heirloom variety, it sets the standard for acorn squash. The flesh of this heirloom acorn is a sweet golden yellow that turns more orange in storage and the rind is dark green and ribbed. Fruits grow to 6". Leave on vine until fully mature. Harvest before frost, leaving part of the stem attached to the fruit. Store for winter use at 45-55 F in a dry place.
Table Queen Acorn Squash Seeds
Days to Maturity
Direct sow after last frost date