Squash

  • Cocozelle summer squash produces a finely textured summer squash that is dark green with light green stripes. Cocozelle summer squash produces good yields on a bush type plant, great for small space growing! Similar to a zucchini.
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    Cucuzza Edible Gourd seeds produce baseball bat sized edible gourds that make great additions to soups, stir-fries, and more! Cucuzza edible gourd is also known as Cucuzzi, Gagootza, and Serpente de Sicilia. Pale green fruits are up to 36 inches long but are the most tender when harvested at 6-12 inches. These plants are hardy, have few pests, and are so fun to grow. Best when grown on a sturdy arbor or trellis.
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  • Bennings Green Tint Scallop is a classic light green patty pan squash that produces massive amounts of squash and blooms that can be used for culinary purposes. Introduced in 1914 this squash has been around for over 100 years, and for good reason! Uniform and heavy bearing, this squash will not disappoint.
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    This smooth Dark Green Zucchini squash grows fantastically in Southern California and the American Southwest.
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    Squash, Lebanese ORGANIC

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    Lebanese squash is a compact bush variety of squash with finely flavored small fruits that are similar to zucchini. A favorite for Lebanese dishes, we love it for its thin skin and great cooking qualities.
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    This yellow squash grows prolifically. With finely flavored meat and thin skin, you'll be using it in every recipe!
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  • Rond de nice squash
    Ronde De Nice squash bears round, green, smooth-skinned squashes that are great for stuffing. They can be harvested young when they are only 1-2 inches wide or allowed to get larger to about 4-7 inches. A savory "bush" variety squash that remains very compact and is great for growing in tight spaces or raised beds.
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    This AAS Winner has so many great qualities for the home gardener and professional grower. The compact, bush growing habit of Table King Bush acorn squash makes it a great space saver! Acorn squash is a must-have on our table both for decoration in the fall and for late fall and winter recipes.
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    This productive, disease-resistant, and compact patty pan squash is sure to provide your family with more squash than you will know what to do with!
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  • This variety of butternut squash is by far the most popular. Known for making butternut squash soup, it has attractive, uniform, bell-like shaped features.
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    Ever wanted to grow your own luffa sponges? Mature gourd-like luffa fruits can be dried, peeled, and the inner core used as a sponge. This plant grows similarly to a cucumber in that it requires a trellis to grow up for the best support.
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    A long oblong-shaped squash with cream-colored flesh and green stripes. Quite the beauty! It can keep for extended periods of time. Baked or steamed, Delicata squash has a high sugar content and can be used in both savory and sweet applications.
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    Squash, Spaghetti ORGANIC

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    This squash is a staple in our home garden and allows us to make delicious and healthy "pasta" meals from its pasta-like insides. Best if planted in an area where it can take up lots of room. Alternatively, it can be grown over trellising to maximize space in small gardens. Resistant to powdery mildew.
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    Squash, Straito d’Italia Zucchini

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    Straito d'Italia Zucchini is a very productive squash that can produce early in the season and continue into fall. Light green in color with striations, and tender to the touch, this centuries-old Italian heirloom is a pantry essential!
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    This squash mix contains Straightneck (yellow, club-shaped), Dark Green Zucchini (long, cucumber shape), and Bennings Green Tint (light green, turban-shaped).