WINTER SQUASH SEEDS
Start Winter Squash seeds indoors 3-4 weeks before the last frost or direct seed once all danger of frost is past. Winter squash (used for baking and pies) should remain on the vines until fully hardened but removed before the first fall frost. Space them 5-feet apart.
WALTHAM BUTTERNUT Winter Squash Seeds
(OP) 83-100 days
An All-American Selections winner, these vigorous vines yield 4 to 5 squashes with tan skin, averaging 4 to 5 pounds and 9 inches in length. Dense, deep yellow-orange flesh has a sweet, nutty flavor, ideal for baking and soup. They keep well into the winter when cured.
SWEET DUMPLING Winter Squash Seeds
(OP) 100 days
A teacup-shaped, cream colored 4-inch winter squash with dark green stripes. Its light golden flesh is very sweet and tender - making it ideal for baking and stuffing. Use it right from the vine - no sun curing required. Keeps 3 to 4 months.
HONEYBOAT DELICATA Winter Squash Seeds
(OP) 105 days
Produces attractive golden tan 6-8 inch long, 3 inch wide oblong fruits with dark green stripes on compact, bushy plants. The sweet and tasty deep yellow flesh is similar to sweet potatoes and is ideal for baking and stuffing. Stores very well.