Black Beauty Zucchini
The standard summer squash, introduced to U.S. markets in the 1920s. Excellent variety for freezing. Get recipes here.
Vivid yellow fruit. Crisp and mild-flavored zucchinis.
An American institution, domesticated by Native North Americans before the Pilgrims. Listed as early as 1828 in the seed trade.
Patisson Panache Jaune Et Vert Scallop
Beautiful scalloped fruit are a lovely creamy-yellow with contrasting deep green radial streaks. Small fruit may not show streaking, and it can be variable.
White Bush Scallop
A very ancient native American heirloom squash, grown by the northern Indians for hundreds of years. This type was depicted by Europeans back to 1591, and one of the best tasting and yielding varieties still around today! Great fried and baked. Flat fruit with scalloped edges-beautiful!
Anna Swartz Hubbard
Extremely hard shell and excellent storage ability. High quality flesh is the color of a sweet potato and has similar flavor. Fruits weigh 5-8 pounds.
A large, gorgeous peach-colored squash from 'down under' that has extra-thick, orange flesh that's of excellent quality; perfect for pies and baking. The 15-lb. fruit keep for a long period.
Prized for its straight necks, rich dry yellow-orange flesh, nutty flavor, and high-yielding vines. Fruits are 3-6 pounds and exceptional keepers. One of the most popular types of baking squash.
Fruits are similar to acorn squash. Can be eaten fresh around 56 days or used for baking after 85 days.
Honey Boat Delicata
One of the sweetest squash varieties in existence. Oblong, Delicata-shaped squash have tan skin with green stripes. Excellent quality and produces early.
A small winter squash from France, inversely pear-shaped, with a flavor like chestnuts. The name is derived from the French: potiron (pumpkin) and marron (chestnut). Superb table quality in a small (3-4 pounds) manageable size.
One of the sweetest of all! The small flattened ribbed 1 lb. fruit has a white skin with green stripes. The sweet, tender orange flesh makes this variety the favorite of many.
A French 2-3 lb. melon with light grey-green skin. The bright orange flesh is super sweet and very fragrant.
This popular variety dates to 1954. The long gray-green fruit grow to 20-40 lbs.; the red flesh is fiber-free and very tasty.
Moon & Stars
Can grow over 40 lbs. The dark green rind has bright yellow spots on it! Spots range in size from tiny to several inches across. Leaves are also specked in yellow. It has very sweet brilliant, red flesh.