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C. pepo 48 days. Is a lack of bee activity causing low squash yields? Cavili is a parthenocarpic summer squash that does...
Patio Star SquashSQ810
C. pepo 50 days. Bred specifically for container cultivation, Patio Star takes center stage with its attractive, compact...
C. pepo 49 days. The first traditionally bred, virus-tolerant zucchini, Tigress produces early and prolifically for a s...
C. pepo 43 days. Other green zucchinis have to work pretty hard to measure up to this all-around outstanding variety. Av...
Easypick Gold SquashSQ814
C. pepo 50 days. Easypick Gold produces loads of rich, glossy, deep yellow, savory squash. If you've ever been irritated...
Discus Bush Buttercup SquashSQ815
C. maxima 90 days. Discus Bush Buttercup is the best full-sized buttercup on the market that is produced on a true bush....
Buttercup Squash Conventional & OrganicSQ816
C. maxima 115 days. Ever popular, Buttercup squash is characterized by its small 6 1/2 inch diameter fruit. The skin is ...
Sweet Meat Squash Conventional & OrganicSQ817
C. maxima 115 days. One of the heirloom treasures of the Northwest, Sweet Meat is still virtually unknown in the rest of...
C. moschata 75-85 days. This smaller-statured butternut is a star performer in both small and big gardens. Where other ...