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  1. Long Island Cheese Squash

    LONG ISLAND CHEESE SQUASH (90 days)

    HEIRLOOM 1824 This East Coast heirloom is thought of as a great pie squash. The name comes from the similarity in shade and shape to a big wheel of cheese. The buff colored skin reveals attractive, firm orange flesh. Fruits are 6-8 pounds and storage qualities are excellent. 15 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  2. Futsu Black Squash

    FUTSU BLACK SQUASH (105 days)

    This very deep green ribbed and warted squash appears to be almost black. The golden orange flesh is delicious with a strong taste similar to hazelnuts. Fruits are large with weights close to 10 pounds a possibility. An excellent storage variety. 15 seeds Learn More
    $1.75

  3. Piena di Napoli Pumpkin

    PIENA DI NAPOLI PUMPKIN SQUASH (125 days)

    This old and interesting Italian vegetable is the shape of a butternut squash but much larger, up to 25 pounds. It has some of the same characteristics of the American - Neck pumpkin, primarily that it is big and very sweet. The grey/greenish smooth skin encloses a very hard yellow-orange flesh. In Italy Piena di Napoli is stuffed, sliced, fried, roasted and sauteed. It is used in slightly sweet pasta, gnocchi, and the delectable zucca da marmaletta - pumpkin jam. 12 seeds. Learn More
    $1.75

  4. Neck Pumpkin

    NECK PUMPKIN SQUASH

    The massive long and curved neck of this butternut type squash is packed with dense and sweet flesh that can grow to the magnificent size of 20 pounds. One squash goes a long way! It is a very good keeper and is excellent for pies and canning. 15 seeds. Learn More
    $1.95

  5. Blue Hubbard Squash

    BLUE HUBBARD SQUASH (102 days)

    This New England favorite (a less refined version was introduced by James Gregory of Marblehead, Massachusetts in 1856, but it had been grown in the area since the 1700's) is not for those with limited space. Long vines produce good yields of powdery blue, oval squash with a hard shell and firm, dry, yellow flesh, some in excess of 20 pounds. Storage qualities are exceptional and of course one will provide a number of meals. 15 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  6. Queensland Blue Squash

    QUEENSLAND BLUE SQUASH (105 days)

    This excellent, 20 pound, round, flattened squash was imported initially from Australia in 1932. It is characterized by deeply ribbed blue skin. The dense, semi-sweet orange flesh is very flavorful. A dependable keeper. 15 seeds Learn More
    $1.35

  7. Sweet Mama Squash

    SWEET MAMA SQUASH

    This improved buttercup type bears fruit on semi-bush vines. Squash are dark green with yellow flesh that is sweet and dry. An excellent storage variety. 15 seeds Learn More
    $1.35

  8. Golden Delicious Hubbard Squash

    GOLDEN DELICIOUS HUBBARD SQUASH (95 days)

    This cross between delicious and Boston marrow squashes was introduced in 1926 and the original intention was that it be pureed for baby food. The very handsome redish orange squashes grow to about 10 lbs and require some space. The thick, fine grain flesh is delicious stores well, and can be frozen or canned. 15 seeds. Learn More
    $1.35

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  9. EARLY BUTTERNUT SQUASH (F1 hybrid 82 days)

    EARLY BUTTERNUT SQUASH (F1 hybrid 82 days)

    I'd classify this variety as semi-bush with vine length running 50-60 inches. The best all around butternut type. One hill yielded 6 fruit with an average size of 3 3/4 pounds, the largest weighing 4 1/2 pounds. Appearance, texture, interior color, and flavor are absolutely first-rate. 15 seeds Learn More
    $1.50

  10. Sweet Meat Squash

    SWEET MEAT SQUASH (100 days)

    Apparently this variety is much favored on the West Coast and we can see why. The flesh is very dry, but with a nutty, sweet flavor. The skin is very hard and the color is an attractive bluish grey. Sweet Meat is an excellent keeper. Does very well in dry conditions, freezes well without blanching, and is a good pumpkin substitute. 15 seeds Learn More
    $1.35

  11. TETSUKABUTO SQUASH

    TETSUKABUTO SQUASH

    Very popular in Japan, this unique winter squash is a C. maxima x C. moschata cross. Commonly called a Japanese pumpkin, it develops only a small blossom-end scar. The nearly round, dark green fruit has a deep yellow flesh that is so sweet and nutty and smooth and creamy, it's like custard. It is well-suited for any pumpkin or winter squash recipe, but is especially delicious simply baked and served by itself. Tetsukabuto requires a pollinator, so plant hubbard, buttercup, or butternut variety nearby. 15 seeds Learn More
    $2.25

  12. RED KURI SQUASH (97 days heirloom)

    RED KURI SQUASH (97 days heirloom)

    Japanese HEIRLOOM Also known as Orange Hokkaido. Fruits are small and shaped like an upside down heart, 4 to 7 pounds as a rule. The color is a bright orangish red so it also has decorative uses. The delightfully smooth flesh is just delicious. 15 seeds. Learn More
    $1.35

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