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Squash Seeds

Squash is one of the most vigorous, quick-growing crops you can have in your garden. One of the "Three Sisters of Life" crops grown by Native Americans, squash has excellent nutritional value and a wide range of cultivars you can choose. All squash fall into one of two categories: summer or winter.

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  • Squash, Delicata , , large

    Short Description

    An heirloom squash that tastes like a sweet potato.

    $3.99
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  • Squash, Thelma Sanders Sweet Potato, , large

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    A high-yielding Missouri heirloom squash with a sweet potato flavor: one of our favorites.

    $3.99
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  • Squash, Winter, Burpee's Bush Table Queen, , large

    Short Description

    Bush-type acorn squash, each plant is only 3 feet across.

    $3.99
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  • Squash, Winter, Early Acorn Hybrid, , large

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    Early and space-saving! Bush type hybrids can be planted 3 ft. apart.

    $3.99
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  • Squash, Winter, Acorn Table Queen, , large

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    A medium sized, acorn shaped, vining type.

    $2.99
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  • Squash, Black Beauty, , large

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    Summer type. Great to eat any way you cook it.

    $3.99
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  • Squash, Winter, Pilgrim Hybrid, , large

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    Bush variety, the most flavorful we've ever grown.

    $5.99
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  • Squash, Zucchini Black Beauty Organic, , large

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    Summer type. Great to eat any way you cook it.

    $5.99
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  • Squash, Summer, Saffron , , large

    Short Description

    Perfect straightnecks grow on sturdy, open, yet compact plants.

    $3.99
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  • New
    Squash, Winter, Mashed Potatoes Hybrid, , large

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    A stark-white Acorn with fantastic color-hold ability, this squash resembles mashed potatoes when cooked and fluffed.

    $4.99
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  • Squash, Verte et Blanc, , large

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    Celebrated French heirloom with looks to match its exquisite flavor.

    $3.99
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  • Exclusive
    Squash, Summer Zucchini, Camouflage Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    Gorgeous color and gourmet flavor.

    $5.99
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  • Squash, Winter, Buttercup Burgess Strain Organic, , large

    Short Description

    Thick orange flesh cooks dry and sweet.

    $4.99
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  • Squash, Winter, Tivoli Hybrid, , large

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    The first bush spaghetti squash.

    $3.99
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  • Squash, True Hubbard, , large

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    A classic market variety that has been a delicious American staple since the 1780s.

    $3.99
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  • Squash, Summer, Peter Pan Hybrid (Scallop), , large

    Short Description

    Miniature patty pan type with light green fruits, meatier than most.

    $3.99
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  • Squash, Early Summer Crookneck, , large

    Short Description

    Meaty fruits with small crookneck have bright yellow, bumpy skin.

    $3.99
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  • Exclusive
    Squash, Gadzukes! Zucchini Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    Zucchini with star-shaped slices

    $5.99
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  • Squash, Italiano Largo Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    Romanesco Type Zucchini Highly productive and quite flavorful!

    $5.99
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  • Summer Squash, Golden Zebra Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    Bushy plants yield golden and white striped squash

    $5.99
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  • Exclusive
    Squash, Summer, Great Griller Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    A thriller of a griller!

    $6.99
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  • Squash, Ronde de Nice, , large

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    Nutty flavor and tender flesh have made this a favorite of French squash lovers.

    $3.99
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  • Squash, Winter, Boston Marrow Organic, , large

    Short Description

    An extremely unusual New England heirloom.

    $4.99
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  • Customer favorite
    Squash, Summer, Cupcake Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    Shaped like a cupcake with sweet flavor and soft skin.

    $7.99
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