Curcubita moshata


20 seeds: pack 75 days

Incredibly prolific space saving squash. Bush habit with vines that travel no more than 4 feet. Deep orange sweet flesh red/organge shell. Long keeper. Good butternut choice for shorter season climates.

 


 

$3.00

Plant: After last frost

Curcubita pepo

20 seeds/pack | 90 days | OSSI Pledged variety

Candystick is known for its vigorous growth; it can yield fruits up to three pounds. Bred by Carol Deppe, this green striped, orange-tan delicata is sweeter and thicker-skinned than a traditional delicata; it’s a long keeper that can be enjoyed months after harvest. It is very rich and complex in taste and has a smooth, slightly dry texture that makes it famously dessert worthy.

$3.00

Plant: After last frost

Curcubita maxima

20 seeds/pack   |   60 days   |   Heirloom

This vivid red-orange beauty’s squat stature and deep vertical furrows are reminiscent of the carriage used by it’s namesake. Also known as Rouge Vif D'Etampes, its an old French heirloom with thin skin and sweet, mild flesh well suited for soups, pies and more.

$3.00

Plant: After last frost

Curcubita maxima

15 seeds/pack | 95 days | Heirloom

If you could only grow one winter squash this would be it. Oregon Homestead Sweetmeat squash,  growing to 10-20 lbs each, are fantastic to eat any way you can imagine; soups, stews, quiche, pie, etc. Reselected by Oregon plant breeder and author Carol Deppe for vigorous growth, thick dry flesh, large tasty seeds and hardiness in variable climates. Stored in a frost free cool environment they can easily keep 6-8 months.

$3.00

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.

$3.00

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.

$3.00