3205-LO Cucurbita maxima
(Banana. 105 days.)
Yes—we have blue bananas, right here in the Maritimes! Hailing from Guatemala (as all squash once came from Central America), Guatemalan Blue Banana grows 15-18” long, 6” diameter, sky blue-grey skinned fruits. Prolific and easy producers. I’ve prepared them by slicing them into rings, scooping out the seeds, and filling with an apple/nut stuffing to roast. No one can resist!
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Winter Squash - Sweet Dumpling
NEW!3208-LG Cucurbita pepo
Lovely thin skins; cream- coloured with green stripes; tender enough to eat. A perfect single serving size with sweet, dry flesh. Our favourite for stuffed squash—think Table Queen meets Zeppelin; a mix between an acorn squash and a delicata. Compact, bush vines. Very prolific.
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Winter Squash - Red Kuri
3203-CO Cucurbita maxima
A strong, growing winter squash with Japanese origins. Loads of bright, orange-red, 2-5 lb fruits on long vines. These squashes are great for winter stor-age and last well into spring if they don’t get eaten first! Its orange flesh is very dry and has a unique, nutty flavour which makes Red Kuri... more details
Delicata Squash - Zeppelin
3206-CO Cucurbita pepo
(Delicata. 95 days.)
Don’t worry—this zeppelin won’t deflate in front of your plate! High starch/sugar content makes Zeppelin Delicata top of the charts for flavour, especially when roasted. 1-1.5 lb fruits are the perfect size for 2 people. Grower Kim Delaney of Palmerston, ON used ... more details
Buttercup Squash - Uncle David's Dakota Dessert
3204-CO Cucurbita maxima
(Buttercup. 95 days.)
A beautiful buttercup type squash that’s bred to grow in these short seasons! Bred by David Podoll in North Dakota over 40 years, selecting for colour, taste, sweetness, vigour and cold-hardiness. He’s certainly come up with a winner in our books, as our trials proved Uncle Dav... more details
Acorn Squash - Table Queen Bush
3202-CO Cucurbia pepo
(Acorn) 80 days.
A popular winter squash for those with limited space. Fruits have green skin and are shaped like an acorn, producing 3-8 per plant. This bush variety was introduced in 1948.
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