Recommended by Utah State University. Fruits can get 4 feet long and one foot across and weigh up to 70 pounds. Smooth pink-orange skin with sweet yellow/orange, fine-grained flesh. One squash can easily feed family and keep on going.
Blue Hubbard is a reliable old variety that produces large, blue-grey skinned fruits which can weigh up to 13 to 15 pounds. Great roasted and has an excellent nutty flavor. The fruits have firm flesh with a fine grain and yellow-orange color. Stores well.
Butternut Bush fruits are the same as any Butternut with the exception of being borne on smaller, space-saving plants. This hybrid Butternut squash is earlier by at least ten days than other butternuts.
This hybrid has solid, tasty flesh with almost no fibers making its texture fine and smooth. The compact, semi-bush plant allows more plants to the acre. Great for small gardens. Matures 5 to 10 days earlier than open-pollinated acorn varieties.
A favorite for any garden. This winter squash has a superb creamy texture and flavor with golden flesh. These squash store throughout the winter. Enjoy them baked and served hot with butter and brown sugar. 95 – 105 days to harvest.
Butternut is one of the most popular winter squash varieties on the market. 8 – 10 inch fruits are very uniform with cylindrical tops and small seed cavities. The rind is a creamy tan while the sweet, nutty flesh is a beaustiful golden-orange.