• Squash

  • Black Beauty Squash

    80 days; Produces many large fruits per plant. Rich, deep purplish black, enormous egg-shaped fruit. Tender and tasty at all stages. Retains color well. Height 24-28". Average of 4-6 large fruits per plant. HEIRLOOM 1902.

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    Butternut Squash

    85 days; Fruits 9-11" long, nearly cylindrical with slightly bulbous end. 2-4 lbs. Smooth hard, pale orange skin. Orange flesh of excellent flavor. Ideal for home garden and winter storage. AAS 1970.

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    Crookneck Squash

    52 days. Fruit about 1' long. Bright yellow with crooked neck.

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    Early White Bush Squash

    55 days; fine dwarf sort producing many white squash with scalloped edges. Great for grilling, Heirloom.

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    Straightneck Squash

    50 days; prolific early summer squash; 12-14" long. Bush form, with straight smooth, creamy fruits of splendid quality. Edible when only 4-5" long. Heirloom

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    Table Queen / Acorn Squash

    80 days; 5" x 4.5" acorn pointed. Blossom end with a hard grooved dark green rind and pale orange flesh. A vine plant type. Heirloom variety. The original "acorn" dating to before the Civil War and still considered the best acorn.

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