Plant: After last frost

Cucurbita maxima

25 seeds/pack   |   120 days

If you are looking for seed to grow great Halloween pumpkins go no further. We've grown these for several years now and love them for fall decorating. With careful cultivation, lots of space, compost and only allowing one fruit to set per plant you can grow some monster fruits up to 100 lbs and beyond. If you are looking for more modest sizes good for the kiddos these are also perfect. 

The flesh is edible and good but may not live up to other winter squash varieties bred specifically for flavor. However, they are known to keep well and livestock love them. The large seeds are great for roasting and toasting. 

$2.75

Plant: After last frost

Curcubita maxima

20 seeds/pack   |   100 days   |   Heirloom

Small blue winter squash with brilliant orange flesh. Very sweet with a good texture. Excellent for pies.

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Plant: After last frost

Cucurbita pepo

20 seeds/pack   |   50 days

This bush zucchini has all the best traits. It is early to mature, prolific, tasty and drought tolerant. The dark green zucchinis are uniform and were developed under organic conditions for organic farmers. Bred by seedsman Bill Reynolds.

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Plant: After last frost

Curcubita pepo

20 seeds/pack | 100 days

Improved variety of delicata. Small 5-inch by 3-5-inch squash fruits have sweet delicate flesh. These are fantastic baked. Cut in half, add a little olive oil and slide in the oven. Tan with green stripes, delicatas will keep for months. The vines will run about 12 feet.

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Plant: After last frost

Curcubita pepo

20 seeds/pack   |  68 days  

Yellow patty pan-type squash is shaped like a flying saucer with a ribbed edge. The vigorous bushes will produce all season long. Harvest squashes young at 4-5 inches across and use however you would other summer squash.

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Plant: After last frost

Curcubita maxima

20 seeds/pack | 90-95 days | Heirloom

These huge dark blue squashes measure 2-3 feet in length. When grilled or baked, the golden flesh becomes rich and creamy with a buttery flavor. We enjoyed sharing these uniquely colored squash with our families during Thanksgiving. Fun to grow!

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Plant: After last frost

 

Curcubita pepo

20 seeds/pack   |   40-50 days   |   Heirloom

This light green summer squash, with a creamy texture and sweet flavor, is shaped like a pendulous water balloon. Eat them young for tender flesh that remains firm when cooked or use older fruits to grill on the barbie.  Absolute farm favorite! Stands up to dry conditions better than most other squashes. Very prolific. 


 

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Plant: After last frost

Cucurbita maxima

25 seeds/pack |  90 days |  Heirloom

Japanese winter squash known as Hokkaido with stunning red skin and deep orange flesh. With a rich flavor the flesh is dry and not stringy. Fruits are relatively small and easy to eat in one meal. Good for baking, soups and roasting. Keeps well. Early to produce and prolific as well. This can easily be direct sown after last frost or started 2-3 weeks in containers before transplant to garden.

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Plant: After last frost

Curcubita pepo

20 seeds/pack | 88 days | Heirloom

The name says it all. With stringy golden flesh this vegetable wins the versatility award. Bake them and scoop out the flesh. Serve as-is or top with sauce to make ‘spaghetti’. Good keeper.

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Plant: After last frost

Cucurbita pepo

25 seeds/pack   |   90 days

As the name suggests, the seeds of this variety are hulless meaning you can just pop them in your mouth and eat. Wonderful nutty flavor. They are delicious raw or lightly toasted with salt or spices. The flesh of these pumpkins is not very nice to eat but all types of cows, chickens and pigs seem to enjoy. With orange skins and some green striping these could also be used for Halloween pumpkins and the seeds harvested at that time. The seeds are a great source of protein and once dried will keep until you are looking for a snack.

They mature quickly and can be harvested before other winter squashes. We found that if left too long in the field after maturity the seeds will begin to split and germinate inside the pumpkins. To harvest the seeds split pumpkins open and scoop seeds. Once you've cleaned the pumpkin guts off the seeds dry them on a screen until completely dry in a warm location with good air flow. Variety from the Styria region of Austria.

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Plant: After last frost

Curcubita maxima

20 seeds/pack | 95 days | Heirloom

This sweetmeat produces 10-20 lb. fruits with classic blue skin and brilliant orange flesh. It is a superior keeper and fantastic to eat any way you can imagine; soups, stews, quiche, pie, etc. The large seeds are also tasty to eat and help protect the male prostate! This strain was re-selected by Oregon plant breeder and author Carol Deppe.

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Plant: After last frost

Curcubita moshata

20 seeds/pack   |   60 days   |   Heirloom

This Italian heirloom can be eaten as a summer squash at 60 days or leave it on the vine to grow large and tan for a winter squash. As a summer squash they have a firm texture and sweet flavor. As a winter squash they are akin to a butternut cousin with a milder flavor. Rampant vines can be trellised.

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Plant: After last frost

Curcubita moschata

20 seeds/pack   |   110 days

Waltham sets the standard for butternuts. Large fruits up to 6 lbs. with brilliant orange flesh. I love the natural sweet/savory flavor and the texture. We use butternuts in everything from pies, soups, baked and in breads. Excellent storage variety.

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Plant: After last frost

Curcubita pepo

20 seeds/pack | 100 days | Heirloom

This heirloom pumpkin dates back to the late 1800s and has been loved ever since for its sweet orange flesh perfect for pies, soups and bakes. Winter Luxury is a mid-sized squash that can just about be used in one meal, with the leftover puree frozen for some later date. The vines crawl rampantly and each plant will produce 3-5 fruits with pale orange and finely netted skin.

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Plant: After last frost

Curcubita pepo

20 seeds/pack   |   50 days

Classic yellow crookneck squash great steamed, fried, baked, grilled. Anyway you like it! Harvest young and often for a continuous supply of this tasty squash.

$2.75