Squash Seeds

One of the "Three Sisters of Life" crops grown by Native Americans, squash is a vigorous and quick grower rich in fiber, potassium and antioxidants. Summer squash, such as zucchini, has tender skin packed with flavor. Winter squash, including acorn and butternut varieties, boasts a thicker rind that stands up to cooler outdoor temperatures.

  1. Squash, Winter, Harvest Moon
    Squash, Winter, Harvest Moon
    An exceptionally long storage winter squash — up to a full year!
    As low as $6.95


  2. Squash, Winter, Hasta La Pasta Hybrid
    Squash, Winter, Hasta La Pasta Hybrid
    Just 6-8" long and 4-5" across, a single squash is perfect for a family meal.
    $6.95 - $49.95
    As low as $6.95

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  3. Squash, Winter, Buttercup Burgess Strain
    Squash, Winter, Buttercup Burgess Strain
    HEIRLOOM. Thick, orange flesh cooks dry and sweet, with buttery rich flavor.
    As low as $5.45


  4. Squash, Winter, ButterKin Hybrid
    Squash, Winter, ButterKin Hybrid
    Sweet, smooth flesh is perfect for fall pies and soups.
    As low as $6.95


  5. Squash, Sunburst Hybrid
    Squash, Sunburst Hybrid
    Beautiful butter yellow patty pan fruit.
    As low as $5.95


  6. Squash, Italian Ribbed Zucchini
    Squash, Italian Ribbed Zucchini
    HEIRLOOM. Nutty taste and a decorative star shape when sliced.
    As low as $4.45


  7. Squash, Summer, Lemon Drop Hybrid
    Squash, Summer, Lemon Drop Hybrid
    Gorgeous lemon lookalikes, ‘Lemon Drop’ brings exceptional flavor and beauty to the summer table.
    As low as $5.95


  8. Squash, Winter, Early Acorn Hybrid
    Squash, Winter, Early Acorn Hybrid
    Early and space-saving! Bush type hybrids can be planted 3 ft. apart.
    As low as $4.95


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Popular Squash

Add delectable flavor to your vegetable garden with the most popular types of squash available. The most commonly grown types of squash include:
Buttercup Burgess, True Hubbard, Waltham Butternut, Mashed Potatoes, Sunburst, Eight Ball, Green Eggs, Butterstick, Golden Egg and more. Search for the best squash for your home garden.

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