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$5.50PUMPKIN, Boston Marrow – Cucurbito maxima FULL SUN Introduced before 1831, this wonderful pumpkin was traded from the Iroquois, but may actually have been a Chilean pumpkin that made its way into the US. Vines are 6-8 ft. The 10-20 lb. ‘Hubbard-style’ ...
$5.50PUMPKIN, Dill's Atlantic Giant – Cucurbito maxima FULL SUN Introduced in 1978 by Howard Dill of Windsor, Nova Scotia, these pumpkins average 90 lb. but have been known to reach 1000 lb. and more. Dill’s is descended from Jaune Gros de Paris, ...
$4.00SUMMER SQUASH, Cocozella – Cucurbito pepo FULL SUN Introduced into the US in 1934, this zucchini has been grown throughout Italy since the 1880s. The 5-8 oz., striped green fruit is borne on small, bushy, very productive plants. Fruits are tender and ...
$4.00SUMMER SQUASH, Early Prolific Yellow Straightneck – Cucurbito pepo FULL SUN A truly North American squash, the Straightnecks were introduced in the 1890s. They were a mutation from the Early Yellow Crooknecks that was then developed. The 4-8 oz. vivid yellow fruit ...
$4.00SUMMER SQUASH, Early White Bush Scallop – Cucurbito pepo FULL SUN A truly North American squash, this variety is the oldest and largest of the scallops introduced in 1722. Called a cymling, the 2-3 lb., round, flattened, greenish white fruit grows to ...
$4.00SUMMER SQUASH, Early Yellow Crookneck – Cucurbito pepo FULL SUN A truly North American squash, the Crooknecks were cultivated by indigenous peoples for centuries. This Crookneck was introduced in the 1700s. The small, open bushes are very prolific. The 4-8 oz. golden ...
$4.00SUMMER SQUASH, Yellow Bush Scallop Cucurbito pepo FULL SUN The Summer Squash pictured above is the Yellow Bush Scallop. This Pattypan squash was introduced before 1860. The fruits can grow to as much as 7 inches in diameter, but are best when ...
$4.00SUMMER SQUASH, Zucchini Black Beauty – Cucurbito pepo FULL SUN Introduced into the US in 1957, this zucchini was given an All America Selections award The 4-8 oz., black green fruit is borne on large, bushy, very productive plants. Fruits are tender ...
$4.00SUMMER SQUASH, Zucchini Dark Green – Cucurbito pepo FULL SUN Introduced into the US in the early 1900s, this zucchini is one of the most popular grown today. The 5-8 oz., green fruit is borne on large, bushy, very productive plants. Fruits ...
$4.00WINTER SQUASH, Delicata – Cucurbito pepo FULL SUN Introduced in 1894 by The Peter Henderson Seed Company, Delicata quickly became a favorite winter squash because of its very sweet flavor. For a winter squash, the vines are quite short, but very productive. ...
$4.00WINTER SQUASH, Hubbard Green – Cucurbito maxima FULL SUN Native to South America/West Indies, Hubbard Green came to Marblehead, MA in 1798. Seed was made commercially available in the 1840s and the variety was named Hubbard after Elizabeth Hubbard of Marblehead. The ...
$5.50WINTER SQUASH, Pennsylvania Dutch Crookneck – Cucurbito moschata FULL SUN AKA the ‘Neck’ pumpkin, this wonderful pie making pumpkin treasured by the Amish in Pennsylvania is probably Canada Crookneck introduced in 1834. The 5-8 lb. fruit borne on 6-8 ft. vines has ...
$4.00WINTER SQUASH, Pink Banana – Cucurbito maxima FULL SUN Native to South and Central America, where it has been cultivated for more than 1000 years, Pink Banana was introduced in the US around 1900. The 9-12 lb., elongated fruit has a bright ...
$4.50WINTER SQUASH, Table Queen or Acorn – Cucurbito pepo FULL SUN A squash surrounded in mystery, Table Queen was introduced in 1913 by the Iowa Seed Company. The seed had either come from Denmark or the Dakotas. The 1 lb. fruit has ...
$5.00WINTER SQUASH, Thelma Sanders – Cucurbito pepo FULL SUN This 4-5 lb. acorn squash has richly flavored flesh and is an excellent storage squash. The vines usually produce 3-5 fruit in a season. Plant Thelma Sanders in late spring after the danger of ...
$4.00WINTER SQUASH, Vegetable Spaghetti – Cucurbito pepo FULL SUN Native to South/Central America, this unique squash was introduced into the US in the 1890s. The 4-6 lb., oblong, bright yellow fruit has self-shredding, yellow flesh which makes an excellent spaghetti substitute. The ...
$4.50WINTER SQUASH, Waltham Butternut – Cucurbito moschata FULL SUN Though the fruit looks like it should be an ancient squash, the butternuts are quite new – the first being introduced in 1944. Waltham Butternut, bred by Robert Young of the Waltham Agricultural ...
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