1990 All-America Selections Winner! The squash has creamy white skin and golden-cream flesh. Suitable for home gardens and market growers. Bush type plant is suitable for small gardens. A winter squash variety that stores well.
Eight Ball is a novelty hybrid with small, round, dark green fruit. Tastes great and the bush-type plant is easy to pick. The plants grow to around 3 feet wide and yield early at 5-6 weeks. This is a very fun and unique variety to grow.
This uniquely colored, attractive hybrid squash features straight, uniform zucchini-type fruit with light ridges and very smooth, waxy skin. Gold rush fruits are golden-yellow with a rich green stem, and boast tender, creamy-white flesh.
This early to mature variety has a rounded shape that is slightly tapered at both ends. The orange flesh is dry and sweet. Tastes especially good when baked or boiled then mashed like potatoes with salt and herbs or brown sugar.
Greyzini has excellent taste like Italian zucchini with Fruits that are blocky, light green with grey mottling and faint stripes. The large plants are highly productive and consistent throughout the season.
This mix includes a rich orange-red, a deep green, and a slate blue miniature Hubbard. Each has smooth, creamy flesh that tastes wonderful baked or roasted. They have everything you like about a hubbard wrapped up in a small package.