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There are four common species of squash and you can "safely" grow one variety from each species in the same garden without worry of cross-pollination. Keep in mind, however, that squash blossoms require pollinators, so there is the chance a bee unintentionally brings pollen from a neighboring garden. To avoid this risk, hand-pollination is recommended.

The four common species of squashes: Cucurbita (C.) angyrosperma, C. maxima, C. moschata, and C. pepo.

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