For home gardeners with space limitations, a scaled-down version of Blue Hubbard developed at the University of New Hampshire from a 1953 cross between Blue Hubbard and Bush Buttercup. Baby Blue s vines are much more compact and its fruits much smaller (about 4–5 lb), but their flavor at maturity doesnt match up to those traditional large hubbards and their yield is lower, too.
A lovely little squash that was developed in 1953 by the University of New Hampshire; small, Hubbard-shaped fruit weighs around 6 lbs and has fine-grained, yellow-gold flesh that is sweet and of excellent quality. A great variety for marketing or small households. Semi-bush vines are easy to handle.