Squash - Winter

squash-delicata-thumbWinter squash are distinguished from summer squash in any number of ways starting with the hard outside ‘rind’, dense flesh and the ability to store the squash for several months after harvest. Many varieties of winter squash are available year round, however their true season runs October through March.

Pumpkin - Cinderella

Cinderella Pumpkins are a unique French heirloom whose correct name is "Rouge vif D'Etampes". It is a deep orange pumpkin that is quite flat, with thick walls, pronounced ribs that are sweet, moist and custard like.

Pumpkin - Jarrahdale

The golden-yellow flesh is medium sweet, string-less and is a very good quality for baking. It is desired for fall decorating due to its unusual slate-green color, deep ribs and drum shape.

Pumpkin - White Lumina

They are smooth and pure white outside; all fine-grained orange flesh inside-great for carving, painting and decorating.

Squash - Acorn

This dark green squash is acorn-shaped, hence its name.

Squash - Banana

Cylindrical in shape, this over sized winter squash weighs between 10-20 pounds.

Squash - Butternut

Its sweet, nutty, orange flesh has a familiar pumpkin flavor and creamy texture.

Squash - Delicata

A winter, heirloom variety.  Although considered a winter squash, delicata squash...

Squash - Kabocha

With a dull, deep green, thick, mottled rind with pale, uneven stripes, it ranges from one to eight pounds...

Squash - Kent Pumpkin

'Uncle Ray' learned of this variety from two Australian tourists who happened upon his pumpkin farm in 2010.

Squash - Spaghetti

The spaghetti squash is an oblong seed-bearing variety of winter squash.

Squash - Sugar Pie Pumpkin

Sugar Pies are the modern baking pumpkin. The skin is very thin, the flesh is sweeter and substantially smoother than a jack-o-lantern type pumpkin

Squash Blossoms

Squash blossoms are the edible flower blossom of all varieties of summer and winter squash. They are extremely delicate to handle and should be used the day they are picked.