Summer Squash


Productive, tasty Italian variety with attractively striped fruits.

 Flavor is slightly nutty; and more flavorful than most zucchini. Straight fruit with very slight ribbing over the lighter green striping.

Uniform shape, Bush habit

Drk Grn Zuke

Vigorous variety produces good yields of straight, smooth fruits.

An open-pollinated variety best suited to the home garden, with abundant yields of lightly mottled dark green fruits. Pale greenish-white, firm flesh.

Bush habit

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Benning’s Green Tint

Easy-to-grow pale green fruits that mature to a creamy white.Bushy plants provide good yields of saucer-shaped fruits with scalloped edges

Bush habit

Ronde Nice

Perfectly spherical light green fruits with white speckling – a unique specialty item!

Heirloom from Southern France with nice nutty flavor and great texture for fresh eating or freezing. Round shape and small size make this variety perfect for stuffing!



Prolific, disease resistant plants with smooth, uniform and attractive fruit.

A breakthrough in OP summer squash; high yielding of abundant, disease-free harvest.

Uniform shape

Yellow Crookneck

Tender lemon-yellow fruits.

Signature bent fruit are best harvested at 5-6″ long or smaller for best flavor and texture.  If left to overgrow, can be used for a dark yellow, warty ornamental gourd.

Prolific yields

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Yellow Finn

Uniform, cylindrical fruits with pure gold color and buttery flavor simply glow at market. Compact, nearly spineless plants have an open habit for ease of harvest.

Rheinau Gold

A terrific yellow zucchini – delicate texture with a light flavor. Thin skin contributes to good eating quality with no need to peel. Smaller plants have an open growth habit and are productive over a long season. The fruit don’t grow as large as green zucchini.

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A new color and new earliness for patty pan squash. Bright yellow uniform scallops with pale green stars on the blossom end. Harvested small, they are quite sweet and tender, their open plant habit with minimal spines making them extremely easy to gather. Y-Star really pumps out the fruits over an extended period.


Winter Squash


Baby Blue Hubbard

Scaled-down blue hubbard w/ smooth gray skin and sweet flesh.

Fruits are of consistent quality and teardrop shaped, with sweeter flesh than the standard Blue Hubbard. Excellent trap crop for cucumber beetles, who prefer Blue Hubbard above all.

Uniform fruit, 5-7 lbs

“Sweet Mama” Buttercup

Dark green fruits with golden orange, stringless flesh and sweet, rich flavor.

A long-time New England favorite! Typically produces 10-12 fruits per plant, with vines reaching 15′ long.  Fruits have a gray button on the blossom end.

Uniform fruits,Large, prolific vines

  • 3-5 lbs

Table Queen Acorn

Very popular, vigorous acorn variety with prolific yields of delicious fruit.

Flesh is thick and light orange with excellent flavor. Vigorous and prolific, can withstand poor soil conditions and keeps very well. Compact 3-4′ vines.

Stores well

  • 1.5-2 lbs

Red Kuri Squash


A red-orange Japanese winter squash, fruit is 5-8 lbs each and teardrop-shaped. The golden flesh is smooth, dry, sweet, and rich; a great yielding and keeping variety. This style squash has been traditionally farmed in Kanazawa, Japan area.

Bagheera Kabocha

High yielding dark green kabocha with exceptionally dense, dry texture and delectable rich flavor. Fruits measure about 4.5″ in height and 6.5″ in diameter.

  • Semi-bush habit
  • 3-4 lbs

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Orangetti, the original orange spaghetti squash, is intense orange inside and out, with a contrasting black-green stem. Orangetti is oval and rather small, averaging 2 lb. The plants are semi-bush, early
maturing and high yielding

Bush Delicata

Compact, tidy plants with sweet, oblong fruits.

Delicious smooth, nutty flesh with hints of butter and brown sugar. Skin starts creamy white with green stripes and flecks, curing to striped light yellow. Compact plants spread only 4-6 feet.. Bush habit

  • 1.5-2 lb


Uniform, personal-sized fruits with consistently nutty, sweet flavor.

Reliably matures in regions that have trouble ripening butternuts. Some tolerance of powdery mildew. Selected for uniformity, bell-shape, early maturity and great flavor.

Early and reliable

  • 2.5-3.5 lbs

Waltham Butternut

By far the most widely grown OP butternut with delicious, finely textured dark orange flesh.

Uniform fruits with smooth, tan skin that is easily peeled with a potato peeler. Excellent keeper if cured properly.

  • Vining
  • Uniform, 4-5 lb fruits

Red Kuri

Teardrop-shaped, striking red-orange squash from Japan.

Also known as Baby Red Hubbard or Orange Hokkaido, this delectable variety has smooth, sweet, dry orange flesh. Very reliable yield even in cool climates with short growing seasons.

  • 3-4 lbs


Fork over the squash pasta!

Oblong, medium-sized light yellow fruits have very sweet flesh. Bake or boil this unusual vegetable and the flesh separates into long noodles resembling spaghetti. A fun treat for the family with kid friendly vegetable appeal – just top with sauce and serve! 4-5 fruits/plant.

Kid friendly; 3-5 lbs


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Stunning, scarlet fruit.  Tender flesh is smooth, sweet, and bright orange for baking, mashing, and pies. Deep scarlet fruits are slightly flat-round, avg. 3-5 lb. Vigorous, short vine. Sunshine’s appearance and eating quality are superior to other varieties of this type

Sugar Dumpling

Perfect two-serving dumpling squash with creamy striped skin and very sweet flesh.

Deep orange, fine grained inner flesh. Exceptionally high sugar content.4-6 fruits/plant. Stores up to 6 months.

Semi-bush habit

  • 1.5-2 lbs