An All-America Selections Winner with a relatively tidy bush habitat bred for growing in containers. Cream-colored skin accented with forest-green stripes envelops smooth, orange flesh with a sweet, nutty flavor. Has yields superior to the classic Delicata and requires less space! The 1 1/2 – 2 lb. fruit store well, remaining edible for about 100 days. As a bonus, tolerant of powdery mildew.
Decorate and dine with this colorful and flavorful farmers’ market favorite! A semi-bush, hybrid of sweet dumpling and acorn squash, each is uniquely flecked in hues of green, gold and ivory. Inside, the golden-yellow flesh is nutty and maple sweet. After displaying for fall decorations, they may be stored for months, roasted and enjoyed. Flavor only improves with storage.
Weighing in at just 2 pounds, ‘Little Dipper’ is a flavorful, personal sized squash with a small seed cavity and a bright orange, nutty tasting flesh that is easy to cut and prepare. Vines are vigorous, high yielding, very disease resistant! Stores equally as well as their full-sized kinfolk.
The brilliant yellow color, crunchy texture, buttery flavor, and high productivity are all first rate. Designated as an AAS in 1985, Sunburst is the standard scallop-edge dish-shaped squash. The plant is a compact, open habit bush. For optimum tenderness and flavor, pick the squash young, when it is 2-3″ in diameter.
This dual-purpose winter squash is both decorative and delicious! One to 1 ½-pound mini pumpkin fruits, borne on a semi-bush vine, have a smooth flesh, orange and white striped ribs and a vintage mottling. Beautiful for fall decorations and the perfect size for stuffing or roasting. Flesh is stringless and oh so sweet. Very productive, powdery mildew tolerant and stores exceptionally well.
A high-yielding, versatile All-America Selection winner yielding 6- by 9-inch, pale yellow, oval fruits, packed with a delicious, sweet, creamy flesh that easily fluffs with a fork after roasting. This short-vined variety, with a sturdy, upright, 2-feet tall and 3-feet wide bush habit, is perfectly suited for containers. Like other Spaghetti Squash it will acquire a hard shell for long-term storage if let grown to full maturity; however, Tivoli may be picked young for use as a soft-shelled summer squash. Never get overwhelmed by your abundant harvest. Pick just what you need, and let the rest keep growing!
What’s not to love about an abundance of personal size, spaghetti squash that stores like a champ? These glorious little 1- to 1 ½-pound fruits ripen to a golden orange and envelop a nutty, yet sweet, deep orange flesh and angel hair texture.
A beautiful and great tasting squash that will produce like crazy all summer long! The distinctive, slender fruits are yellow with faint white stripes and light-green blossom ends and best harvested young at 4 to 6 inches to best capture the nutty flavor and firm texture. Zephyr has some great genes — a hybrid of yellow crookneck, Delicata and yellow Acorn squashes— and a larger open habit that makes for easy picking!