Packets contain 15 or more seeds.
We are currently offering 9 varieties of Squash Seeds.
Deep, dark green skinned zukes with tender greenish white flesh. Best when picked young (blossoms attached) or a wee bit more mature (10-16cms). Delicious, delicate taste. Young blossoms are also edible.
An heirloom variety winter squash, produces 8 to 10 pound elongated football shape fruits. Slate blue colored skin, with some orange tinge on soil side. Very hard skin. Excellent storing squash. Said that they taste better if you store and wait until after New Year's to eat them.
Great winter squash. Ivory-colored oblong fruits with dark green stripes have the awesome sweetness that Delicata has become known for. When stored, the green stripes turn orange and the cream background sometimes yellow. Sweet, orange, and moist flesh, great roasted or for pies.
(Cucurbita maxima) Striking grey/blue flattened, ribbed, 10 pound fruits. Dark orange flesh. Good baker with sweet flavour. Good keeper.
Heirloom originating from Missouri, these highly productive plants produce light beige, deeply ridged, 7-8" acorn squash. Thick, tender, sweet orange-gold flesh cooks up to a buttery-soft texture with an unmatchable flavour. Exceptional storage life.
Dark green w/ gray "button" on the blossom end. Relatively early maturing winter squash w/ fine grained orange flesh. Bushy, fairly compact plant. Approx. 100 days to maturity. Very popular squash.
Thick-skinned orange coloured (Hubbard type) winter squash has the appearance of a small pumpkin without the ridges. Hard outer skin with firm fine-grained yellow/orange mellow chestnut-like flavoured flesh inside. Each vine produces usually 3, 2 to 4.5 kg fruits. Considered one of the sweetest and tastiest by many a squash-eating fan. Excellent keeper.
The original of this squash was found floating in the ocean during a kayak trip! Small dark green classic acorn, sweet firm yellow flesh. Stores well.
A medium-sized winter squash, with blue-green skin, and thick dark orange flesh, rich in flavour but not as dry as Buttercup when cooked. Good keeper. Fruits average 4 pounds, 4 per vine on large trailing plants. Sow directly in late May.