Doomsday Hybrid Squash Seeds

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This page gives instructions on how to buy doomsday hybrid squash seeds from David's Garden Seeds®.

There are a number of squash seeds one can purchase. I have given some here in traditional color and uniformity and some in non-traditional color and uniformity.

Summer squash has a shelf live of about 5 or 6 days, which some winter squash can last on the shelf for months.

Keep in mind that hybrid plants do not produce seeds that are good for reproduction.


Our Doomsday Hybrid Squash Seeds

Summer Squash

Zucchini is also a summer squash but we have put it under Zucchini.


Amberpic Summer Squash

Amberpic Summer Squash (Yellow) 100 Hybrid Seeds

$10.95

Very early prolific yellow straightneck type. Fruit is smooth, glossy butter yellow. Compact, yet open plant produces heavy yields over a long fruiting period. Best picked small, 6 to 8 inches is best. Keep fruit picked to stimulate better production.  Harvest in about 45 days.


Dixie Summer Squash

Dixie Summer Squash (Yellow) 100 Hybrid Seeds

$10.95

Dependable performance and high quality make it a favorite of the hybrid crooknecks! Open type, vigorous plant produces heavy yields of very flavorful and tender 5 to 6 inches semi-crook, uniform, shiny lemon-yellow squash. Best harvested when 6 inches. Hold up well after picking.  Harvest in about 45 days.


Patty Pan Y-Star Summer Squash

Patty Pan Y-Star Summer Squash (Yellow) 100 Organic, Hybrid Seeds

$24.95

Yellow organic patty pan. Prolific yielder of shiny, yellow, scalloped squash fruits, with light green on the blossom end. Amount of green may vary depending on the level of heat and plant stress. Widely adaptable. Open plant for easy harvest. Organically grown.  Harvest in about 50 days.


Zephyr Summer Squash

Zephyr Summer Squash 100 Hybrid Seeds

$34.95

Zephyr Summer Squash is a precocious, yellow, green-tip straightneck. A distinctive, slender fruit, yellow with faint white stripes and light green blossom ends. Harvest young at 4-6" for unusually delicious nutty taste and firm texture. Unique appearance for easy recognition. Big, open plant, high yielding. Harvest in about 50 days


Winter Squash

Acorn Honey Bear Winter Squash

Acorn Honey Bear Winter Squash (Black) 100 Hybrid Seeds

$33.95

Delicious, small size. Small to medium-sized acorn fruits are just the right size for single servings when halved. Weighing just 1 to 1 and 1/4 pounds (500 grams), Honey Bear has a deliciously starchy and sweet flavor. Promising for direct marketing by name. Compact bush plant. This innovative acorn squash was bred by Dr. Brent Loy of the University of New Hampshire. Intermediate resistance to powdery mildew.   Harvest in about 85 days.


Angel Hair Winter Squash

Angel Hair Winter Squash 100 Hybrid Seeds

$11.95

Angel Hair Winter Squash is a personal-sized spaghetti squash. Convenient size, high yields. Smallest spaghetti squash variety has 1 1/2-2 lb. fruits, and is perfect for single servings. Highly uniform, egg-shaped fruits with slightly darker shells and sweet, nutty flavor. Avg. yield: 14-15 fruits per plant.  Ready to harvest in 88 days.


Waldo Butternut Winter Squash

Waldo Butternut Winter Squash (Tan) 100 Organic, Hybrid Seeds

$13.95

High-yielding standard-sized butternut with powdery mildew resistance. Uniformly-sized 3 to 4 pound fruits with rich color inside and out. Makes for a nice presentation and boasts excellent flavor; better than similar market hybrids. More uniform and attractive than Waltham, and without the oversized fruits. Vigorous plants and strong PMR ensure crops reach maturity under high disease pressure. Marketable size between JWS 6823 and Waltham; large enough for a few servings but not so big it goes to waste. Good storage life. Long vine. Intermediate resistance to powdery mildew.  Harvest in about 100 days.


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