Squash seeds

Squash seeds. Heirloom, open pollinated, non-hybrid and non-GMO seeds with no chemical treatments.



Squash- Vegetable Spaghetti

Squash- Vegetable Spaghetti

Cucurbita pepo, 10 seeds

  • Vegetable
  • Amazing spaghetti like flesh

 

Sow: Spring and summer

$1.50

Squash, Winter- Sweet Dumpling

Squash, Winter- Sweet Dumpling

Cucurbita pepo, 10 seeds

  • Vegetable
  • Very decorative fruits

 

Sow: Spring and summer

$1.50

Pumpkin- Red Kuri

Pumpkin- Red Kuri

Cucurbita maxima, 5 seeds

  • Vegetable
  • Also known as Hokkaido Pumpkin

 

Sow: Spring or after frost

$1.50

Squash- Tromboncino

Squash- Tromboncino

Cucurbita moschata, 10 seeds

  • Long zucchini- like fruit with bulbous end
  • High yielding

 

Sow: Spring or after frost

$1.50

Winter Squash- Pimply

Winter Squash- Pimply

Cucurbita pepo, 10 seeds

  • Unique pimply fruit
  • Sweet flesh

 

Sow: Spring and summer

$1.40

Winter Squash- Table Gem Bush

Winter Squash- Table Gem Bush

Cucurbita pepo, 15 seeds

  • Excellent flavour
  • Bush variety

 

Sow: Spring and summer

$1.40

Summer Squash- Early White Bush Scallop

Summer Squash- Early White Bush Scallop

Cucurbita pepo, 10 seeds

  • Compact plants
  • Light green fruit

 

Sow: Spring or after frost

$1.80

Squash- Custard White

Squash- Custard White

Cucurbita pepo, 10 seeds

  • Vegetable
  • Excellent flavour

 

Sow: Spring or after frost

$1.40

Out Of Stock
Squash, Winter- Table Queen

Squash, Winter- Table Queen

Cucurbita pepo, 10 seeds

  • Vegetable
  • Thick orange fruit

 

Sow: Spring and summer

$1.40

Out Of Stock
Squash, Button- Green Tint

Squash, Button- Green Tint

Cucurbita pepo, 10 seeds

  • Vegetable
  • Long producing

 

Sow: Spring or after frost

$1.40

Out Of Stock
Squash, Button- Yellow Bush Scallop

Squash, Button- Yellow Bush Scallop

Cucurbita pepo, 10 seeds

  • Vegetable
  • Vigorous

 

Sow: Spring or after frost

$1.40

Out Of Stock

Related content:


Hand Pollinating Cucurbits

Author: Sarah Rasdall   Date Posted: 15 January 2016 

If you find that your Cucurbits are not setting fruit and the flowers are simply falling off , you might have a pollination problem. There’s an easy solution: hand pollination.

Read more