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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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Pantheon Summer Squash
Costata with improved yield and plant habit.
New! Costata with improved yield and plant habit.
50 Days
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Tetsukabuto Winter Squash
Tough and versatile kabocha/butternut cross.
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New! Tough and versatile kabocha/butternut cross.
100 Days
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Early, powdery-mildew resistant zucchini with high yields, open plants.
Organic, early, powdery mildew resistant.
47 Days
Spineless yellow zucchini with excellent yields.
Spineless yellow zucchini with excellent yields.
50 Days
Uniform, medium-green fruits with light flecking borne on open plants.
Uniform, medium green with light flecking.
45 Days
Unique appearance for easy recognition.
Unique appearance for easy recognition.
54 Days
Our distinct, widely-grown strain, excellent for stuffing and baking.
Our distinct, widely-grown strain.
100 Days
Outstanding culinary quality.
Outstanding culinary quality.
54 Days
AAS (All-America Selections) Winners
Waltham Butternut Winter Squash
The standard butternut; the most widely-grown, full-size OP variety.
The standard butternut.
105 Days
Extra early and spineless for less blemishes and easier harvest.
Spineless and extra early.
48 Days
AAS (All-America Selections) Winners
Sunburst Summer Squash
High-yielding yellow patty pan, attractive at any harvest stage.
Yellow patty pan with high yields.
52 Days
AAS (All-America Selections) Winners
Honey Bear Winter Squash
Delicious and just the right size for single servings when halved.
Delicious, small size.
85 Days
The classic pasta alternative with the best noodle-like consistency.
The classic pasta alternative.
88 Days
The standard buttercup with fiberless flesh and rich, sweet flavor.
The standard buttercup squash.
95 Days
"Cousa" type with superb flavor that outperformed all others in trials.
"Cousa" type with superb flavor.
48 Days
Yellow crookneck with a good disease package and broad adaptability.
Yellow crookneck with a good disease package.
50 Days
Shiny, dark-green patty pan with prolific yields on open plants.
Dark-green, shiny, organic patty pan.
50 Days
Medium-size butternut with higher marketable yields per acre.
Higher marketable yields per acre.
100 Days
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