Sporting a light green exterior and 2-1/2 inch deep and 3-1/2 inch diameter, this semi-open bush habit plant produces heavy yields of fine textured fruit. 49 days
This is the largest pumpkin we sell, with fruits weighing up to 100 pounds or more. Fruit diameters reach 16 to 18 inches, with rough orange-red skin. Flesh is bright yellowish-orange and averages 3-4 inches in thickness. Good for pies or canning, and for contests. 110 – 120 days.
A favored heirloom that is very popular in New England states produces blue-gray fruit that are slightly ridged, and can weigh more than 25 pounds. The interior flesh is firm and yellow-orange and very sweet. Storage is excellent. Can be used for pies, baking, boiling, or freezing. 100 days
A recent winner of the coveted All America award, this new squash has a different look that catches the eye. And wait until you try the smooth flesh, and sweet mild taste you will really fall in love. The compact plant produces fruit two weeks earlier than other squash in this class. And like the garden Ninja, Bossa Nova will be fighting the diseases problems of zucchini yellow virus, and watermelon mosaic virus – resistances that many other squash do not offer. 40 days
Fruits are dark green and firm, with a blossom end button. Flesh is orange and sweet, with a very smooth and distinctive flavor. Vines can grow more than 10 feet, and produce up to 20 fruit per plant. Very popular in the New England states. 95 days
This white skinned ornamental pumpkin has thick orange flesh with excellent eating quality. Fruit weigh between 10 and 16 pounds, and are 9 to 12 inches in diameter. Casper has less bluing than other white varieties. The handle is tan with a corky texture. 90 days.
This All America winning deep green zucchini leads a double life. Most people allow Commander to grow from 7 to 8 inches in length. But some clever gardeners harvested petite 4 inch fruit, in order to eat tender “baby” squash. Have it any way you like. Compact vines are open for easy picking. 54 days.
These attractive fruit sport green stripes over a creamy white background, and weigh between 12 to 20 pounds, and measure 18 to 20 inches in length. The hard rinds and firm sweet flesh, and are good for baking, canning or boiling. 110 days
A sibling of Green Stripe, Cushaw White is a true American squash, and was being cultivated by Native Americans thousands of year ago. Fruit reach up to 30 pounds and have sweet flesh. 110 days.
Compact plants produce loads of zucchini fruit that are dark green and finely speckled. With intermediate resistance to powdery mildew, zucchini yellow mosaic virus, papaya ringspot virus, and watermelon mosaic virus, Dunja becomes your garden Ninja, fighting against disease pressure that quickly kills other squash. Don't go without your garden Ninja. Plant Dunja! 47 days.
This straight lemon-yellow squash won the AAS award in 1938. It is still going strong and is widely popular. Fruit reach up to 10 inches in length, but it is best to harvest at 7 inches or less for best quality. 56 days.