Cucurbita sp. The species is indicated at the beginning of each variety description. See our Species Guide.
Please refer to our Squash Growing Guide for cultural information. Pumpkins are included here and also listed separately. Packet: 2-6 g (approximately 20-50 seeds, average 31 seeds).
(New England Pie, Sugar Pumpkin) (C. pepo) 100 days. [Pre-1860] A traditional favorite of home gardeners. Sweet dry flesh is high in solids and low in stringiness. Round orange fruits weigh 6-8 lbs. (28 g)
(C. moschata) 100 days. A new Downy Mildew resistant butternut developed from a cross between Seminole pumpkin and Waltham Butternut. Common Wealth Seed Growers' Edmund Frost made the cross in 2011 and has been working on it ever...
(C. pepo) 90 days. 9 in. pale yellow fruits. Keeps well. Pale flesh breaks up into spaghetti-like strands when cooked - boil fruit for 20-30 minutes and remove flesh with a fork. Tasty flesh may be used like spaghetti, topped with your favorite sauce - a good low-carb option!...
(C. maxima) This excellent 12-15 lb squash has a slate green skin and orange flesh. Flesh has a dry texture and a buttery flavor that sweetens with age. Excellent keeper. Thanks to its tender dry texture, can substitute for summer squash in cooked foods. Pkt (4 g, ~13 seeds)
(C. pepo) 85 days. [1913. The precursor of this variety was grown by the Arikara Indian tribe in the early 1800s.] Acorn squash, averages 6 in. long. Dark-green rind, fine textured, golden-yellow flesh. Sweetens in storage. Excellent for baking. Pkt (3 g, ~34 seeds)
(C. moschata) 120 days. Long-necked butternut type has one of the highest sugar contents of any winter squash. The sweet, fine-textured neck flesh is excellent for pies and soups. Large (10-20 lb) fruits keep well for 9+ months. Pkt (3 g, ~27 seeds)
(C. moschata) 110 days. [Pre-1824, one of the oldest varieties cultivated.] Cheese pumpkins are hardy, productive, and superior to most field pumpkins. Smooth, tan skin, moderately deep ribs, and deep orange sweet flesh. Good keepers. 8 in. high...
(C. moschata) 110 days. [Pre-1824, one of the oldest varieties cultivated.] Cheese pumpkins are hardy, productive, and superior to most field pumpkins. Smooth, tan skin, moderately deep ribs, and deep orange sweet flesh. Good keepers. 8 in. high fruits...
Displaying 21 to 30 (of 38 products)
Certified Organic by Quality Certification Services
Heirlooms introduced before 1940
Varieties well-suited to the Mid-Atlantic and further South