Squash - Summer

Heirloom Heritage Open Pollinated Summer Squash Seeds - Great for Organic Gardens in Canada
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Early Prolific Straight Neck Summer Squash Seeds

Early Prolific Straight Neck Summer Squash Seeds

50 days. Early Prolific Straight Neck Squash feature long smooth yellow club like fruit. Bush plants are extremely productive. Pick when young and tender. Very similar to Yellow Crookneck but straight. Each seed packet contains approximately 22 untreated summer squash seeds.
$1.99



Golden Summer Crookneck Heirloom Squash Seeds

Golden Summer Crookneck Heirloom Squash Seeds

50 days. Heirloom Summer Squash Seeds.  Golden Summer Crookneck Heirloom Squash are hugely productive plants. These plants are large and healthy, growing 3-4 feet wide and high. The summer squashes, when picked early are fantastic steamed, fried or baked. If you leave them on the vine they act like gourds and are great for fall decorations. Each seed packet contains approximately 22 untreated heirloom summer squash seeds.
$1.99



Patisson Panaché Vert-Blanc Summer Squash Seeds

Patisson Panaché Vert-Blanc Summer Squash Seeds

60 days A wonderful variegated summer squash, ideal sautéing and baking. The Patissson Panaché Vert-Blanc is a heirloom scalloped squash (or UFO squash as we like to call them) that dates back to late 1800s, with origins in France. 15 open pollinated seeds.
$3.39



White Scallop Heirloom Squash Seeds

White Scallop Heirloom Squash Seeds

50 days. Heirloom Summer Squash Seeds.  The old fashioned White Scallop Heirloom Squash is a garden favourite. The whole fruit, which grow on bush vines, are used like a Zucchini, picking it before the seeds develop. The tender white fruit are perfect in stir fries mixed with tomato, onion, olive oil and fresh herbs. They also dry well for decorations if left to mature on the plant. Each seed packet contains approximately 30 untreated heirloom summer squash seeds.
$1.99




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