Squash & Pumpkin Seeds

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  1. BLACK FUTSU

    A rare black Japanese squash. The fruit are round with a flattened top and have heavy ribbing. The black of the mature fruit turns a rich chestnut colour while in storage. The flesh is golden and has the rich taste of hazelnuts. ... Learn More

    $2.66

  2. BLUE BALLET

    This smaller version of Blue Hubbard has blue-grey fruits which have flavoursome, bright orange, soft, fibre-less flesh and produce 2-3 fruit per plant weighing up to around five pounds each. These squash are well suited to storage. ... Learn More

    $2.66

  3. BURGESS BUTTERCUP

    The standard green buttercup squash from New England. These distinctive 3-5 lb dark green, blocky, fruit have a grey "button" on the blossom end. The flesh is deep orange and fibre- free with a rich, sweet flavour. Each plant produces 3-4 fruit. ... Learn More

    $2.54

  4. CORNELL'S DELICATA

    These very pretty, elongated white and green striped, dwarf fruit contain yellow flesh with a delicate and sumptuously nutty flavour, rich in vitamin A. This award winning compact Cornell strain gives excellent yields and has good disease resistance. ... Learn More

    $2.41

  5. EARLY SUMMER CROOKNECK

    This is one of the oldest types of Heirloom summer squashes grown in America pre-Columbus times. Superb golden squashes with curved necks are excellent for boiling or stir-frying into scrambled eggs. ... Learn More

    $2.34

  6. GALEUX D'EYSINES

    This stunning French heirloom squash with beautiful salmon-peach colored skin is traditionally used in France for soups and sauces, and when cooked, the sweet, orange flesh is said to be as smooth as velvet. The name, which describes the skin, translates as "embroidered with warts from Eysines". Interestingly, the silvery-salmon-pink skin develops peanut like nodes as the sugar content builds in the ripening process to allow instant choice whilst in storage. The bright orange flesh is sweet, firm, and without fibrous strings making it perfect for pies, steaming and baking. ... Learn More

    $2.66

  7. HONEY BEAR F1

    This award winning compact semi-bush cultivar produces from three to five squashes per plant which have a great-tasting, sweet dry flesh, superior in taste to most other acorn squash and which are the perfect size for a single serving. ... Learn More

    $2.34

  8. KING OF MAMMOTH

    As its name suggests these heirloom pumpkins are very large. They often grow to between 40-100lbs although prize specimens have topped 200lb. Excellent in pies due to great yield. Skin is yellow with mottled patches of pink-orange. ... Learn More

    $2.28

  9. MUSCAT DE PROVENCE

    This rare and superb French Winter Heirloom variety which grows to between 5 and 15 lbs, has heavily lobed and ribbed orange terra-cotta skin, which later turns a gorgeous deep mahogany, with deep ridges, and sweet and meaty flesh with few seeds, which is exceptionally flavourful and smooth. It is particularly known for lasting in storage throughout the winter. This is probably the finest "Cheese Wheel" type Pumpkin/Squash for eating you will find! ... Learn More

    $2.66

  10. PATTISON'S PANACHE

    A very good yielding French Heirloom summer squash from the 1800's bearing green-banded, yellowish-cream, bowl-shaped scalloped fruits in abundance. Excellent eating! ... Learn More

    $2.34

  11. PENNSYLVANIA DUTCH CROOKNECK

    Resembling a giant Butternut squash, but with a very long neck, these magnificent fruits can weigh up to 20 lbs in size! The superb flesh of this amazingly curved ancestor of the original Butternut is sweet, deep orange and richly flavoured. It is ideal for making delectable pumpkin pies, and is perfect for cooks as the seeds are all contained neatly in the bottom bulb of the fruit meaning less fuss and more flesh. ... Learn More

    $2.66

  12. POTIMARRON

    A French Heirloom winter squash with a delicate chestnut flavour. Its French name in fact derives from potiron (pumpkin) and marron (chestnut). Apparently, the longer it is stored the higher its sugar and vitamins increase. (AKA Hokkaido Squash). ... Learn More

    $2.66

  13. QUEENSLAND BLUE

    A good-keeping, turban-shaped Australian gunmetal-grey winter squash with a fine deep golden flesh that is both sweet and fine flavoured and packed with vitamin A. The high sugar content of the flesh makes it ideal for pumpkin pie. ... Learn More

    $2.47

  14. RED WARTY PUMPKIN

    The flesh of the 'Red Warty Thing' has a very hard, thick rind, and stringless, fine-grained flesh, which is of excellent eating quality, comparable to that of the Hubbard squash. But this variety is also valued for its decorative qualities, the bright orange fruits weighing up to 20 lbs, and keeping well into the winter. This variety is from the respected U.S.A. Seed Bank. ... Learn More

    $2.66

  15. ROUGE VIF D'ETAMPES

    A French heirloom variety resembling Cinderella's carriage and earning it its nickname 'Cinderella' this pumpkin has attractive flame-orange-red flesh, low seed content and full, moderately sweet flavour, and so is excellent for cooking but is also popular simply for its decorative uses. ... Learn More

    $2.54

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