Baby Pam Pie Pumpkin
Perfect 4-5 lb smooth-skinned pumpkins with tan handles. Great for painting faces onto and as “munchkin” Jack O’ Lanterns. Dry, sweet flesh bests all others for pie making. Slightly smaller than New England Pie. Very popular with commercial growers for quality, reliability and uniformity.
1/8 ounce, ~ 28 seeds, Sows ~ 15’
Pie Perfect 4-5# pumpkins for painting or pies. Known for its very sweet flesh. Keeps well for pies on Thanksgiving and beyond. Bright orange, smooth skin and nice handles. 99 days
New England Pie Pumpkins
Classic New England heirloom said to have the best flavor around with creamy, stringless flesh. Pumpkins range from 5-7 lbs. Rich dark orange color. Great for small jacks and house hold decorations and crafts!
Harvest Jack F1 Hybrid Pumpkins
A tall shape, dark orange-skinned fruit ripening to 20-25 lbs with 4” long handles. Harvest Jack makes fruit handling easy. Plants are highly vigorous to offer high yield potential under most growing conditions and even in poor squash seasons. Highly reliable.
Jack-O-Lantern Tall, dark and spooky! Harvest Jack makes for a show stopping carved pumpkin. Pumpkins are 20-25 lbs with long handles. Vigorous plants produce 2-3 pumpkins per plant.
Start indoors in northern climates - 105 days
Howden Pumpkin Cucurbita pepo
This is the original Jack O’ Lantern. Howden defines this type of pumpkin .loved by people all over the world. Developed in the Berkshires of Massachusetts in the late 60s by John Howden...Howden remains the most popular pumpkin in its class among both commercial growers and home gardeners.
Days to maturity 115
Valenciano Pumpkin Cucurbita maxima
C. maxima - These creamy, white skinned beauties are about 8-10 lbs in size, round and slightly flattened in shape. Vigorous vines bear uniform fruit and nice thick handles. A unique specialty pumpkin can be both eaten and used ornamentally.
Flesh is high quality, dense and sweet. Not as rugged as orange pumpkins, harvest right away and keep protected for best quality off the vine.
Days to maturity: 110 days
Sweet Reba Bush Acorn Winter Squash
Developed by Dr. Oved Shifriss, Table Gold is a highly-productive bush-type acorn that can produce fruit a full week to two weeks earlier than vining types. Fruit are a gorgeous and unique buttery-yellow color, maturing to a deep, attractive gold. Compact, upright form makes for easy harvest of 1-2 lb fruits. The color makes them easy to spot under all the foliage!
Bush A compact bush acorn with heavy yields of black 1-2 lb. ribbed squash with dry flesh. Resistance to powdery mildew for increased sweetness and higher yields. 90 days
NA this year.
Table Queen Winter Squash
Table Queen is a standard, highly popular acorn variety with 1 1/2 - 2 lb fruits born on semi-bush plants. Very vigorous and prolific, can withstand poor soil conditions and keeps very well. Flesh is a thick, pale orange with excellent flavor that improves in storage.
Semi-Bush Standard, highly popular acorn variety with 1 1/2 - 2 lb fruits born on semi-bush plants. Flesh is a thick, pale orange with excellent flavor that improves in storage. . 92 days
Waltham Butternut Winter Squash
This 1970 AAS from Waltham, Massachusetts is by far the most widely-grown butternut. Forms uniform, 4-5 lb fruits with smooth, tan skin that is easily peeled with a potato peeler. Flesh is finely textured and dark orange. Our HMS strain has been hand selected on our farm for uniformity, disease resistance, and yields. If cured well and stored properly Waltham will keep well into the winter. Great Butternut flavor!
This is your traditional buff colored squash with finely textured dark orange flesh. Skin is easy to peel. Creamy texture and sweet flavor is always a hit with the kids. 105 day growing season so, start early or start indoors.
Spaghetti Winter Squash
Oblong, medium-size pale yellow fruits with flesh that is mildly sweet and purposely stringy. Bake or boil and then fork out the “spaghetti” and top with a favorite sauce, or combine with other vegetables.
Oblong pale yellow fruits with mildly sweet flesh and uniquely stringy innards. Bake or boil and then fork out the “spaghetti”.
Delicata Winter Squash
Incredibly sweet flavor and superbly delicate flesh have made Delicata the darling of squash lovers. Fruits are 1-2 lbs each and can be eaten skin and all after baking or boiling. This strain is the highest quality available, carefully selected for uniformity and yield.
Favorite among squash lovers for its notable sweet flavor. Small, oblong fruits have thin skin and proportionate layer of flesh perfect for individual servings. Creamy yellow with green stripes. You don't have to peel it. Just cook it up and mash it. The skin just melts in your mouth like the meat does. It's amazing.
Success PM Straightneck Yellow Squash
Summer Squash A improved variety of tender flavorful straightneck squash. Powdery mildew resistance makes for improved flavor and yields. Fruits are smooth, uniform, and very attractive.
50 days to maturity
Crookneck Summer Yellow Squash
A light, lemon-yellow strain with tender skin and creamy white flesh. Pick at 5-6” long for best flavor and tenderness. Very prolific. Has that distinctive crookneck form that says summer squash. Our stock seed has been carefully selected for yield and shape.
Black Eel Zucchini
Cucurbita pepo 5-8 in. Fruit Tender Annual
Planting depth: 1" Soil temp for germ.: 70-90°F Days to germ.: 7-10 Plant Spacing: 2'-3' Days to maturity: 50-55 Full sun Moderate Water
Dark Green Zucchini
Dark Green excels in producing large quantities of straight, marketable fruits that just keep coming and coming. Performed as well for yield as several standard hybrids in our 2004 zucchini trials. A great, reliable, commercial OP.