At Johnny's, we devote considerable time to our squash breeding, trialing, and seed production programs. We offer acorn, buttercup, delicata, hubbard, butternut, kabocha, and spaghetti squash varieties, from heirlooms to newcomers, all with excellent eating quality. Some varieties are delicious right from the field, whereas others increase in sweetness after weeks or months of storage. Follow the recommendations in our Curing & Storage Chart to be certain your winter squashes are enjoyed at peak eating quality.
Stunning scarlet fruit with tender flesh for baking, mashing and pies.
Now available organic! Stunning, scarlet fruit.
Our distinct, widely-grown strain, excellent for stuffing and baking.
Our distinct, widely-grown strain.
Mildew resistant, medium-sized butternut with reduced vine.
Mildew resistant, reduced vine, medium size.
Extra-long storage and depth of flavor; a favorite in our taste tests.
Unparalleled eating quality and extra long storage.
The standard butternut; the most widely-grown, full-size OP variety.
The standard butternut.
Flashy scarlet fruits with smooth-textured flesh for pies and purees.
Flashy, scarlet fruits.
Single-serving, mini butternut with unusually rich, sweet flavor.
This AAS Award Winner is a delicious, single-serving, mini-butternut.
The standard buttercup with fiberless flesh and rich, sweet flavor.
The standard buttercup squash.
Unique and delicious acorn squash for baking.
Unique, delicious acorn squash for baking.
Big hard-shelled squash; fall tradition at New England roadside stands.
Big hard-shelled squash.
A sweet, scaled-down and more marketable Blue Hubbard.
A sweet, scaled-down Blue Hubbard.
Best-eating midsize Kabocha with long storage potential.
Best-eating midsize kabocha.
Personal-sized pink/orange fruits for farmers' markets or CSA boxes.
Personal-sized orange/pink hubbard.