Green-black fruits with thick, pale-orange flesh on compact bush plant. Smaller than Ebony or Table Queen but earlier maturing with darker skin. Productivity and quality compare well to more expensive hybrids.
All American SelectionPrice From: $2.95
Spaghetti is impressive for its true bush habit and exceptional vigor, earliness and hardiness. Produces 5-6 fruits per plant no matter what the conditions. Drought-tolerant.Price From: $2.95
A great release from Cornell University. A true bush acorn squash. Grows a compact bush with 4-5 uniform 1 1/2- 2 lb fruits per plant. Great storage variety.Price From: $3.25
Cylindrical with tapered end. Can be a large as 24" long and 7" in diameter. Smooth deep pink skin with a thin rind. Solid yellow-orange flesh. Sweet, sommonly used for pies in 1800's.Price From: $3.45
Vigorous and quick maturing for its size. Huge 30-45 lb fruit. Thick orange flesh; fine grained and good flavored. Excellent keeper
Heirloom varietyPrice From: $3.45
80 Days. Organic. Heirloom.
Only northern friendly butternut. 10-12" buff fruits are uniform and the semi-bush plants are quite productive. Good, sweet butternut squash flavor.Price From: $3.45
95 Days. Organic. Heirloom
Specially selected uniform strain. Oblong striped fruits, 7"-9" long with a 3" diameter. Delicious, fine grained, orange-yellow flesh. Tastes better than Butternut! One of our best keepers.Price From: $3.75
95 Days. Organic
A small version of Blue Hubbard. High yielding plants that produce 7-10 lb. baby Hubbards. Fruits have sweet, orange flesh. Excellent keeper.Price From: $3.45
Organic. 90-100 Days.
This pumpkin-shaped squash grows on vigorous vines and can range anywhere from 7 to 20 pounds. Excellent flavor for pies and soups.Price From: $2.95
75 Days. Organic.
Early, family-sized (1-3lb) squash, orange-red with faint salmon-colored stripes. Thick, sweet orange fiberless flesh. Yields about 4 fruit-per-bush type plant. Perfect for small spaces. Good keeper. Bred for northern gardeners at the North Dakota Experiment Station AAS 1966.Price From: $2.95