A compact vine producing 8 to 10 fruit per plant, that weigh up to ½ pound. When fully ripe, the delicious golden-orange flesh is sweet and delightful and can be baked, or stuffed. The fruit has an attractive green and white exterior with the color of delicata squash, but the shape is more like a tea cup. 90 to 105 days.
A buttercup type with a bush growing habit, producing 4 to 5 pound fruit with dark green skin, and thick yellow flesh which is sweet and mild. Perfect for a smaller garden due to the more compact plant. All America Winner. 5 days
This popular heirloom squash produces dark green fruit that are four to six inches in length, and are acorn shaped. Fruit can weigh up to two pounds. The yellow-orange flesh is sweet and firm. The vines are very vigorous and prolific, producing an abundance of fruit that store well, and get sweeter over time. 85 days
Vigorous spreading vines produce rounded cylindrical fruit that weigh 2 to 3 pounds, and are ready to harvest when they change color from cream to buff. They can keep many months after harvest when properly stored. When cooked, the flesh break into spaghetti-shaped pieces that can be used as a low calorie substitute for spaghetti, with or without the sauce. 95 days
This AAS winning butternut squash is one of the most popular of the winter squash varieties. The large fruit are tan in color with average weights of three to five pounds. The fruit have thick cylindrical necks, a small seed cavity, and thick yellow flesh with a sweet nutty flavor. The vigorous vines produce high yields of fruit that store well. 93 day maturity
People love scallop squash that come in a variety of colors, and in particular this heirloom prized by Native Americans. The pale greenish-white fruit produce a fine flavored white flesh, that is 3 inches deep and 5 to 7 inches in diameter. Fruit can weigh up to 2.5 pounds. 50 days