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Squash & Pumpkins

With a variety of shapes, colors and sizes, squash is a garden staple.  Grow zucchini for its delicious immature fruits, or winter squash with its hard rind and delicious, sweet flesh.  Or grow pumpkins as a fall decoration and for delicious pies.

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  • Waltham Butternut Squash

    Waltham Butternut Squash

    85 day.  Cucurbita moschata.  Butternut squash is one of the sweetest squashes.  Deep orange flesh with a small seed cavity at the bottom, it is an easy squash to use because most of the squash is solid flesh.  It is also a good...

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  • Waltham Butternut Squash - Organic

    Waltham Butternut Squash - Organic

    85 day.  Cucurbita moschata.  Butternut squash is one of the sweetest squashes.  Deep orange flesh with a small seed cavity at the bottom, it is an easy squash to use because most of the squash is solid flesh.  It is also a good...

    $3.75
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  • Winter Dickinson Squash - Organic

    Winter Dickinson Squash - Organic

    115 days.  These are the largest squash I've ever grown.  They are slightly elongated acorn squash shaped, mature to the color of a butternut squash, and have an amazing, sweet, rich flavor.  They weighed in at 30-40 pounds, and I harvest...

    $4.25
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  • Yellow Crookneck Squash

    Yellow Crookneck Squash

    55 day.  Cucurbita pepo.  Yellow Crookneck squashes are warted, golden yellow summer squash with a great, sweet summer squash flavor.  They are wonderful sauteed or roasted, simply served with herbs, garlic and olive oil.  A...

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  • Yellow Crookneck Squash - Organic

    Yellow Crookneck Squash - Organic

    55 day.  Cucurbita pepo.  Yellow Crookneck squashes are warted, golden yellow summer squash with a great, sweet summer squash flavor.  They are wonderful sauteed or roasted, simply served with herbs, garlic and olive oil.  A...

    $3.75
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