Two Squashes in One
Here are two specimens of Mr. Burbank's perfected Patagonia squash. The one at the left presents the face that shows the very strange conformation of this vegetable. It looks as if two squashes had been grown together through some freak of nature; but in reality this is the habitual form of this curious vegetable. This peculiar conformation gives the squash a certain resemblance to a monster seedless navel orange.
This image is from: Luther Burbank: his methods and discoveries and their practical application. Volume 7 Chapter 2