By the end of September, my garden was completely crawling in squash bugs again. Luckily, I was ready to harvest all my winter squash. Cushaw, butternut, and blue hubbard. The blue hubbard is certainly a new favorite, and supposedly it stores very well over the winter.
I 'borrowed' some space on the massive wine rack Paul built to house all the wines he makes.
The cushaw squash will spoil the fastest, so we'll be eating those first. I've been checking them every few days to make sure nothing is going bad. So far, so good.
Readers, how are you storing your vegetables in the winter?