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Hubbard Squash

Hubbard Squash

Hubbard squash is a winter squash that taste similar to pumpkin. Hubbard is the largest winter squash you can grow. The flesh is similar to that of pumpkin with a sweet flavor. They sweeten as they're stored and their extra-thick skins help them store through the winter.
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The Red Kuri is a delicious red and uniquely shaped Japanese winter squash. This variety matures small fruits that reach to be 10 lbs. each with a slight teardrop-shape. The Red Kuri has a smooth golden flesh that is dry, sweet and rich. This squash is a great yielding and keeping variety. Certified Organic

The Blue Hubbard Squash is a beautiful variety that is known for it's delicious taste and big size! This variety is slightly tapered at both ends and has a bumpy, blue outside, hence its name. The Blue Hubbard has a delicious, sweet, yellow flesh that has a wonderful flavor, making it great for market production or home garden. The plant's average yield is 1 or sometimes 2 fruits/plant.

The Amish Pie Squash is an heirloom winter squash that originated in 1999 from an Amish gardener in the mountain region of Maryland. This large squash can weigh 60 to 80 pounds and is the perfect squash for canning. Just like its name, this variety's thick, sweet flesh is perfect for making pies. Certified Organic. Learn more about our organic seeds.

The Golden Hubbard Squash is probably the best eating quality squash, and the tastiest, of all the other Hubbards around! This variety produces sweet fruits packed with dry, fine-grained flesh. This winter squash is tasty when fresh, canned or frozen and it keep very well.