Plant: After last frost

25 seeds/pack

Mix of Lebanese, Golden Bush Scallop and Yellow Crookneck. All your summer squash varieties in one packet! Direct sow seeds after last frost when soil has warmed. Harvest frequently from plants when fruits are young.

 

$3.00

Plant: After last frost

25 seeds/pack

Winter squash is an awesome nutritious food source. This combo contains three of our favorites: Oregon Homestead Sweetmeat, Lower Salmon River and Sugarloaf Delicata. All three of these squashes like to ramble so give them some space. They all have sweet orange flesh great for baking, souping, grilling, baking, etc. Direct seed your squash after all danger of frost has passed and the soil has warmed. Space them 18 inches to 2 feet. Harvest these squashes in the fall when the rind is so hard you can't dig a finger nail into it. Be sure to cut the stems a couple inches away from the squash for better storage. Store fruits is a cool location.

 

$3.00

 


 


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.

 


 

$2.75

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.

$3.00

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.

$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