Golden Hubbard squash...can I save the seeds for the next year's planting?
Golden Hubbard Squash
Certified GKH Gardening Expert
Yes, but the seeds may not produce the same vegetable due to the fact that squash have both a male and female blossom and rely on cross pollination from insects.
After the squash has been harvested it should be allowed to sit after ripening for 3 to 6 weeks.
Wash the seeds and then dry them. They should be stored in a dry area away from sunlight.