Winter squash is harvested late in the growing season when it’s fully mature. Rinds should be hard and taste best after cooking. Most winter squash have a vining habit and long fruit storage as compared to the bushy growth habit and shorter shelf life of summer squash.
The Waltham Butternut Squash's delicious fine textured flesh and long storage capability definitely makes it the top winter squash choice.
The Amish Pie Squash is an heirloom winter squash that originated in 1999 from an Amish gardener in the mountain region of Maryland.
This award-winning Early Butternut Squash produces excellent yields of medium-sized fruits are tan in color and have a blocky shape.
The Festival Winter Squash's flesh is peach-colored, similar to an acorn squash but with a sweet flavor and better texture.