Summer squash — patty pan, crook neck and zucchini — are prolific and delicious raw or cooked. Winter varieties, with their vine-hardened rinds, are sweet and excellent for keeping. Both kinds like rich soil with plenty of compost, full sun, and consistent moisture. Bush varieties are more compact than traditional vines.
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Anna Swartz Hubbard (Organic)
High quality flesh is the color of a sweet potato and has similar flavor.
A very rare heirloom. This large (7-15 pound), peach colored squash from "Down Under" has extra thick, orange flesh of ...
Black Beauty (Baker Creek)
This heirloom variety is delicious fried or baked; best picked when young.
Black Beauty Zucchini (Organic)
A compact, spiny, ever-bearing bush with dark greenish-black skinned fruits.
A classic, dark-green zucchini with tender, creamy-white flesh that freezes well.
Slender fruits are bright golden-yellow and as delicious as they are attractive …
Red Kuri (Hokkaido)
Produces red-orange, teardrop shaped fruits that weigh up to 10 pounds …
Semi-open bush plants produce extended heavy crops of smooth light-yellow fruits with curved necks. Summer Crookneck Squash is best eaten ...
Waltham Butternut (Organic)
Prized for its uniform shape, yellow-orange flesh, nutty flavor and high-yielding …
An ancient native American variety, grown by the Northern Indians for hundreds …
Bush plants with good yields. Yellow Scallop has beautiful bright yellow fruit …