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Buttercup Squash

Heavy turban-shaped, meaty fruits with yellow flesh. Dark green with gray flecks and silvery white stripes. One of the tastiest Winter squashes.


Spagetti Squash

For lower-carb pasta! Pasta-like flesh looks like the real thing; great topped with cheese or spaghetti sauce. Cylindrical 2- to 3-lb. fruits.


Grey Ghost Squash

Amazing tasting Kabocha hybrid. Flat globe, cupless, 12-15 lbs uniform fruit. Stores well.


Celebration Squash

Unique gold and orange ribbed, acorn shaped squash with an superior eating quality. High in soluble sugar.


Delicata Squash

Unique sweet potato-like tasting, cream-colored fruits with dark green longitudinal stripes and flecks. Very sweet, excellent for stuffing and baking.


Waltham Butternut Squash

Smooth 8'', nutty flavoured fruits filled with orange flesh. Reliable huge yields and uniformity. Holds color and cooks up sweet and tender. Reliable huge yields and uniformity.


Snake Squash

Produces green skin fruits with white stripes, 10-20 inches long. Plants grow vigorously in warm summer and are very profilic. Start indoors and transplant later. Harvest snake gourds when young, around 40-50 days from planting as fully ripe fruit is quite inedible.


Jet Acorn Squash

This new variety`s fruits are uniform in shape and deep green. This earlier, good yielder bears numerous fruits of about 2 lbs on average, with better flavour.


Red Kuri Hubbard Squash

A red-orange Japanese winter squash; fruit are 5-10 lbs. each and teardrop-shaped. The golden flesh is smooth, dry, sweet, rich and never stringy.


Blue Hubbard Squash

Big tapered at the end, bluish-green fruits with a bumpy, hard shell. Medium-dry, medium-sweet, yellow flesh. Averages in the 12-15 lb. range with some larger.