Vegetables Squash
Squash
Squash
Squash varieties are grouped as summer or winter types, depending on days to maturity and harvest periods. As the names suggest, summer squashes mature for fresh eating in the summer, while winter squashes can be stored for eating well into the winter months. Easy to grow and often prolific, our squash selection includes a wide diversity of bush and vining forms; adaptation and disease resistance; certified-organic, treated and untreated seed; and fruit size, shape, and color — all with superb flavor.
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Organic, early, powdery mildew resistant.
47 Days
Our distinct, widely-grown strain.
100 Days
Unique appearance for easy recognition.
54 Days
The classic pasta alternative.
88 Days
New
Payload
Excellent disease resistance package with reduced spines.
New! Excellent disease resistance package with reduced spines.
45 Days
Spineless yellow zucchini.
50 Days
AAS (All-America Selections) Winners
Sunburst
Yellow patty pan.
52 Days
Extra-long storage and depth of flavor.
Unparalleled eating quality and extra long storage.
95 Days
Spineless and extra early.
48 Days
Mildew resistant, reduced vine, medium size.
Mildew resistant, reduced vine, medium size.
100 Days
AAS (All-America Selections) Winners
Waltham Butternut
The standard butternut.
The standard butternut.
105 Days
Green zucchini with attractive white stripes.
50 Days
AAS (All-America Selections) Winners
Waltham Butternut
The standard butternut.
The standard butternut.
105 Days
Yellow zucchini with attractive white stripes.
50 Days
Smaller size with powdery mildew resistance.
Smaller size with powdery mildew resistance.
105 Days
Adapted for greenhouse production.
48 Days
Early, improved fruit quality.
85 Days
Resists powdery mildew.
92 Days
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