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  1. Sweet Dumpling Squash

    SWEET DUMPLING SQUASH (100 days)

    The sweet, dry, nutty flavor of this open-pollinated squash is superb. Has a very interesting deeply-lobed and ribbed shape, reminiscent of its gourd ancestors. Though it's difficult to peel or cube, it's excellent baked or stuffed. (The microwave is easy--cut in half, cook 8-12 min., no water, turn after half time). Vigorous, mid-sized vines bear abundant four-inch diameter fruits which store well for 3-4 months. The creamy white skin is mottled and striped with dark green and is very attractive to serve. 15 seeds Learn More
    $1.35

  2. Tennessee Sweet Potato Squash

    TENNESSEE SWT POTATO SQUASH

    HEIRLOOM Quite early for a squash of this nature. This is a real old heirloom going back to the mid 19th century. The 15 pound fruit look sort of like a giant pear. The flesh is both dry and sweet. Skin is light green and striped. It can be used for pies or substituted for yams in side dishes. 15 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

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  3. Jarradale Squash

    JARRAHDALE SQUASH

    This Australian variety is very unusual. The skin is an attractive ribbed blue-gray. Ten pound fruit can be 34 inches around and the flesh is orange and sweet. Stores well. 15 seeds Learn More
    $1.35

  4. Orange Magic Squash

    ORANGE MAGIC SQUASH (F1 hybrid 85 days)

    A delightful new mini hubbard, Orange Magic is both delicious and decorative. There are lots of fruit set on fairly short vines so it is great for home gardeners. The 6 inch, deep reddish orange stands out. 15 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  5. Waltham Butternut Squash

    WALTHAM BUTTERNUT SQUASH (90 days)

    A relative newcomer amongst winter squash, Butternut was introduced in 1944, although the breeding material, Winter Crookneck, dates back to the 19th century. Vines run 6-7 feet in length and yields of 2-3 pound squash are good, but quite late. 15 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  6. VEGETABLE SPAGHETTI SQUASH (100 days)

    VEGETABLE SPAGHETTI SQUASH (100 days)

    HEIRLOOM 1890 Heavy yielding, we have harvested as much as 80 pounds from a single hill. Vines are long (10 feet) and fruit are oblate and a buff color, each weighing a couple of pounds. After boiling, fork out the flesh and it will resemble spaghetti and taste great with any spaghetti sauce but with far fewer calories. 15 seeds. Learn More
    $1.35

  7. GOLD NUGGET SQUASH

    GOLD NUGGET SQUASH

    Sometimes referred to as "Oriental pumpkin" because of its appearance, Gold Nugget is a small buttercup type which won the All America Award in 1966. Fruit is 1 to 3 pounds in weight with most around a pound. Shape is a flattened oval, with flesh and skin a light orange. High yielding and a good keeper. 15 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  8. Pink Banana Squash

    PINK BANANA SQUASH (105 days)

    Picture a 2-3' long pink banana. This elongated squash is 6-8" in diameter with a small seed cavity. The medium-dry flesh is medium orange and the flavor is exceptionally sweet. Borne on quite long vines so not for space savers. 15 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  9. Vermicelli Squash

    VERMICELLI SQUASH ***Sold Out***

    In the beginning it was all just pasta. But we curious bi-peds decided we needed more variety - linguinni, fettucini, orzo, perciatello, and yes vermicelli. This is pretty much the same - an improved spaghetti - it is earlier, grows more densely in less space, and is a more dependable provider of uniform fruit. This is a positive addition to your diet with great flavor. Spaghetti Squash also provides the can - when the skin becomes hardened the fruit will keep for up to 6 months. 15 seeds. Learn More

    Regular Price: $1.65

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  10. 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

  11. Carnival Squash

    CARNIVAL SQUASH (F1 hybrid 85 days) *sold out*

    Very colorful acorn squash that you have been noticing at grocery stores and roadside stands for the last several falls. Skin is flecked with shades of green, gold, yellow, and cream. The fruit is so attractive that it is usually used in decorations but Carnival also has an excellent flavor that only improves with storage, so display it for a while and then eat it. The semi-bush plants will provide you with heavy yields. 15 seeds. Learn More

    Regular Price: $1.95

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  12. BUTTERCUP SQUASH (100 days)

    BUTTERCUP SQUASH (100 days)

    Dark green in color with a pumpkin orange flesh. The fruits are rounded with a buttoned turban at the blossom end, and are 3-5 pounds on a long vine. Flavor is sweet and memorable. A classic. 15 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

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