Zucchini: Fruits are dark green, turning black green as fruit matures. Plants are semi-spineless, semi-upright, with an open growth habit. Flesh is white with small seed cavity. Freezes well. 


Butternut Squash: Earlier and smaller than Waltham Butternut, but even better tasting. A space-saving variety for small gardens: most plants are bush-like, some have short runners. 1½ lb. fruits with sweet orange flesh, average 3-6 fruits per plant. 


Yellow Straightneck Summer Squash: Straight, lemon-yellow, slightly club-shaped fruits. Harvest small, when 3-7 in. long. Quality of the flesh is excellent. Plants are very vigorous, hardy, and productive. 


Jack O’Lantern Pumpkin: this Halloween favorite will grow to 12-16” diameters! Shell is bright orange, hard, and furrowed. Perfect for carving. 


Spaghetti Squash: 9 in. pale yellow fruits. Keeps well. Pale flesh breaks up into spaghetti-like strands when cooked. Tasty flesh may be used like spaghetti, topped with your favorite sauce - a good low-carb option! 


Squash Variety Pack: a 6-pack of squashes, boasting 6 healthy plants: 2 each of Zucchini, Butternut Squash, and Yellow Squash. Squashes grow best when planted with other squashes! 


**Squashes grow best in groups of 3 of each variety. This isn't a requirement to grow them, but that will give you the most success with pollination**

Squash Plants