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This page gives instructions on how to buy winter squash seeds from David's Garden Seeds.
Winter squash is not grow in the winter. Winter squash is slow growing and are harvested in the late summer
through the fall. They have a thicker skin that toughens into a rind
that allows the squash to be stored and enjoyed through the winter. They can last up to six months in storage.
Acorn Autumn Blend Winter Squash 25 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds
Acorn Autumn Mix Winter Squash gives the gardener a mix of differently colored and shaped winter squash. This combination has been created to bring the vegetable garden an array of squash that is perfect for baking, steaming and adding to soups. Wonderful ornamental uses as well as front porch decorations. Harvest in about 70 to 90 days.
Acorn Honey Bear Winter Squash 25 Non-GMO, Hybrid Seeds
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.
Acorn Table Queen Winter Squash 25 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds
Table Queen Acorn Squash is an heirloom winter squash that is particularly well-suited for baking. This squash exhibits an attractive dark skin and orange flesh. Acorn Table Queen is delicious when roasted. Harvest in about 80 days.
Tuffy Acorn Winter Squash 50 Non-GMO, Open Pollinated Seeds
Unique, delicious acorn squash for baking. Tuffy has thicker, much sweeter, drier yellow flesh than others. Black-green skin, distinctive heavy ribbing. Vining plant habit. Avg. 2 lb. Use care when cutting in half for baking, as rind is tough. For best sweetness, wait two weeks or more after harvest. Harvest in about 90 days.
Angel Hair Winter Squash 25 Non-GMO, Hybrid Seeds
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 about 88 days.
Black Forest Winter Squash 25 Non-GMO, Open Pollinated Seeds
Black Forest Winter Squash is organically grown. Black Forest's dark green, flat-round fruits are of the kabocha type, but a bit smaller, averaging 3-4 lb - buttercup size without the button. The deep orange flesh is medium dry and sweet. Avg. yield: 4-5 fruits/plant. Harvest in about 95 days.
Buttercup Winter Squash 50 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds
Buttercup Winter Squash is dark green, blocky, with a gray "button" on the blossom end. The medium-small, 3-5 lb., fruits have deep orange, fiber-less flesh with a rich, sweet flavor. A northern New England favorite. Avg. yield: 3-4 fruits/plant. Harvest in about 95 days.
Butterscotch PMR Winter Squash 25 Non-GMO, Hybrid Seeds
Butterscotch PMR Winter Squash has an unusually rich, sweet, starchy flavor for a butternut type. Small one to two pound fruits mature early. Limited storage, best up to 3 months after maturity. Short, space-saving vines with high resistance to powdery mildew. Avg. yield: 3three to four fruits per plant. Organically grown. Harvest in about 100 days.
Cha-Cha Winter Squash 25 Non-GMO, Hybrid Seeds
Standard kabocha bred for flavor and storage. Cha Cha's bright-orange flesh cooks up dry, flaky, sweet, and delicious. Resists black rot for longer storage than most standard Asian kabochas. The average yield is 3 to 4 fruits per plant. Organically grown. Harvest in about 95 days.
Delicata Winter Squash 25 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds
A distinct, widely-grown strain. Unique, 7-9" long, 3" wide, 1 1/2-2
lb., cream-colored fruits with dark green longitudinal stripes and
flecks. Very sweet, excellent for stuffing and baking, even right at
maturity. This beautiful strain has gained a nice following in the
specialty produce trade. Harvest in about 100 days.
Hubbard Golden Squash Winter 25 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds
Heirloom "Golden Hubbard" Winter Squash Seeds. This one is a stunning sub-variety of the classic Hubbard heirloom winter squash varieties that have been delighting vegetable gardeners since the mid 19th century. A very versatile giant squash, the Golden Hubbard is equally tasty when baked, canned or frozen and can reach weights of 10 pounds or more! Harvest in about 110 days.
Hubbard True Green Squash Winter 25 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds
Heirloom "True Green Hubbard" Winter Squash Seeds. True Green Hubbard is a traditional heirloom winter squash that is delicious baked, or used in pies very much like pumpkins. True Green Hubbard squash can be stored successfully for months and also routinely produces fruit in the 10 pound and up range. Harvest in about 110 days.
Pink Banana Jumbo Winter Squash 50 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds
If you are looking to set the record for your county's (or state's) biggest squash, then the heirloom Pink Banana Jumbo Winter Squash is your answer. These pinkish skinned beauties can grow to a staggering 3 feet and weigh up to 50 pounds!! Not to worry, pink banana jumbo squash are great for eating too.
Pink Banana Jumbo Squash have a delicious yellow-orange flesh that can be substituted in recipes that call for acorn or butternut squash or as the "pumpkin" in pies. Harvest in about 100 days.
Red Kuri Winter Squash 25 Non-GMO, Open Pollinated Seeds
Flashy, scarlet fruits. Teardrop-shaped, "baby red Hubbard"-style fruits that weigh about 4 to 7 pounds, and contain smooth-textured flesh. Red Kuri is good for pies and purées because specks of skin (being red) will not show. Also known as Orange Hokkaido. Average yield: 2 to 3 fruits per plant. Organically grown. Harvest in about 92 days.
Spaghetti Winter Squash 50 Non-GMO, Open Pollinated Seeds
Spaghetti Winter Squash has skin that is ivory changing to pale yellow at maturity. Bake like squash or boil and fork out the flesh, topping the "spaghetti" with your favorite sauce. Three to five pound oblong fruit and four to five fruits per plant. Harvest in about 88 days.
Sunshine Winter Squash 25 Non-GMO, Hybrid Seeds
Stunning, scarlet fruit. Tender flesh is smooth, sweet, and bright orange for baking, mashing, and pies. Deep scarlet fruits are slightly flat-round, averaging 3 to 5 pounds. Vigorous, short vine. Sunshine's appearance and eating quality are superior to other varieties of this type. Can be consumed at maturity. The average yield is 3 to 4 fruits per plant. AAS winner. Harvest in about 95 days.
Sweet Dumpling 50 Non-GMO, Open Pollinated Seeds
Sweet Dumpling Winter Squash has small, four inch diameter, teacup-shaped fruits average 3/4 of a pound to one pound. It has the ivory color and dark green stripes of Delicata, but in a round, flat-topped shape and dainty, single-serving size. Very sweet, tender orange flesh. Suitable for stuffing. Medium length vines. Harvest in about 100 days.
Sweet Meat Squash Winter 25 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds
“Sweet Meat” is a beloved heirloom winter squash that is typically associated with the northwestern US, though it can be successfully cultivated in other regions as well. Your reporter is not a pumpkin pie eater, but many that are claim that this one is, hands down, the best squash for that particular delicacy. This is a delightfully sweet variety that can be stored for up to 6 months.
Tetsukabuto Winter Squash 25 Non-GMO, Hybrid Seeds
Tough and versatile kabocha/butternut cross. Tetsukabuto produces eye-popping yields in harsh conditions. The butternut bloodlines provide resistance to vine borer, while the kabocha side helps it tolerate powdery mildew pressure. Sweet and nutty at 3 to 5 pounds, Tetsukabuto is versatile in the kitchen. Exceptionally long storage. Cure 6 weeks prior to eating. Can also be used as a rootstock for enhancing vigor and soil disease resistance in melon, watermelon, and cucumber. The average yield is 7 to 8 fruits per plant. NOTE: Must be grown near either butternut, kabocha, hubbard or buttercup squash to produce fruit. Harvest in about 100 days.
Waltham Butternut Winter Squash 50 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds
Waltham Butternut Winter Squash is the standard butternut. Light tan-colored winter squash with small seed cavities and thick, cylindrical necks without crooks. Uniform fruits avg. 9" long, avg. 4-5 lb. The flesh is smooth-textured and has a unique sweet flavor, particularly after 2 months' storage. This 1970 All-America Selections winner from Massachusetts is still deservedly the most widely grown full-size butternut. Avg. yield: 4-5 fruits/plant. Harvest in about 105 days
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All of the variety information on the David's Garden Seeds® website, including the days to
maturity, color and size are based on data from tests done at specific
locations. Many factors, including geographic location, daytime and
nighttime temperatures, the availability of plant nutrients, many unknown climate factors and insects/pest interact to determine a variety's
performance. For information on which varieties will perform best in
your area, we recommend that you contact your local county extension agent or a Master Gardener.
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