WINTER SQUASH(Cucurbita spp.)

Certified organic winter squash seeds, Demeter Certified Biodynamic® winter squash seeds, ecologically grown winter squash seeds

WS2ACORN, SWEET REBACert. BD/OGOne of the best of the bush acorns. High yielding green-skinned (4-5 fruits/plant) with a good sweet flavor. Bred by Cornell University. Resistant Early Bush Acorn (REBA) lives up to its name as it yields well even in wet climates where disease challenges abound for the pepo types of squash. Does great in our semi-arid climate too.
S$3.00=1/8 oz., ~35 seeds
M$7.00=1/2 oz., ~150 seeds
LG$13.00=1 oz., ~300 seeds
2+ oz.$9.50/oz. bulk rate
MX1BLUE BALLET JSS SELECTCert. BD/OGNEW!Delicious and the best of the small hubbard types with deep orange flesh and Blue-green skin. Fits easily into the oven and stores into late spring Very delicious. Bred by Johnny's Selected Seeds. We are grateful to have permission from JSS to grow this variety out Biodynamically. If you plan to grow this for seed production, we recommend that you speak with Rob Johnstan at Johnny's Select Seeds to ask permission. It is always best to ask the breeder for permission for stock seed since makes sure to keep the seed variety uncontaminated.
S$3.00~10 seeds, sows 10 ft.
M$11.00=1 oz., 85 ft., ~85 seeds
WS8BUTTERNUTCert. BD/OG(C. moschata)100 days.Long, light-tan bottle shaped winter storage variety. Finely-grained golden-orange flesh is deliciously sweet and good for pie. For US east coast growers, most resistant squash-type to bacterial wilt. Sow outside in rows or hills after danger of frost is past and soil has warmed, sow 1/2"-1" deep, 4" apart in rows 6'-8' apart, thinning to 1' between plants, or plant 3-5 seeds per hill in hills 5'-6' apart.
S$3.00=3 g, ~35 seeds
M$6.50=1/2 oz., ~150 seeds
LG$9.00=1 oz., ~300 seeds
WSP1DELICATACert. BD/OGNEW!SALE!(C. pepo)100 days.7-9x3 in. light tan oblong cylindrical fruit with green/orange stripes. Creamy sweet orange flesh. Short term storage. Delicious!.Sow outside in rows or hills after danger of frost is past and soil has warmed, sow 1/2"-1" deep, 4" apart in rows 6'-8' apart, thinning to 1' between plants, or plant 3-5 seeds per hill in hills 5'-6' apart.
S$3.00=3 g, sows 25 ft., ~50 seeds
M$6.00=1/2 oz., 100 ft., ~200 seeds
LG$11.50=1 oz., sows 225 ft., ~460 seeds
2+ oz.$7.50/oz. bulk rate
1 lb$44.00=sows 3200 ft.
WS7HONEYNUTCert. BD/OG(cucerbita moshata x maxima)The rave reviews from our CSA customers of the flavor were almost unanimous. These mini 4-5 inch butternut are very high in sugar content. They are green before their ripening finishes then they turn a buff color just like their relative: .regular butternut squash. Not a storage type! This is our first year growing them and we found that they stored only into December but they are definitely worth having early in the autumn. Customers cannot get enough of them. Bred by Cornell University with some resistance to powdery mildew which is prevalent in the eastern US. Sow outside in rows or hills after danger of frost is past and soil has warmed, sow 1/2"-1" deep, 4" apart in rows 6'-8' apart, thinning to 1' between plants, or plant 3-5 seeds per hill in hills 5'-6' apart.
S$3.00=3 g, ~30 seeds sold out
M$9.50=1/2 oz., ~150 seeds sold out
LG$13.50=1 oz., ~300 seeds sold out
WS5KINDRED ORANGE BUTTERCUPCert. BD/OG(C. maxima)90 days.Early buttercup with turbaned 3-5 Lb. fruits ripening to a reddish-gold. Golden-yellow flesh. Vining plants. This petite buttercup is an optimum size for a two person serving. Earliest ripening maxima squash that we know of. Has been sought by cold climate gardeners in Alaska because it is one of the few varieties which will ripen there. Sow outside in rows or hills after danger of frost is past and soil has warmed, sow 1/2"-1" deep, 4" apart in rows 6'-8' apart, thinning to 1' between plants, or plant 3-5 seeds per hill in hills 5'-6' apart.
S$3.00=5 g, ~25 seeds
1 oz.$7.00=~150 seeds
4+ oz.$6.00/oz. bulk rate
WS4NATIVE AMERICAN HIDATSACert. BD/OG(C. maxima)100 days.HEIRLOOM from . from the Hidatsa native people who gardened on the Missouri River near a place called at the time “Like a Fish Hook”. Hubbard-type or french pumpkin type fruit with reddish pink skin. Hubbard-type or french pumpkin type frui with reddish pink skin. Excellent keeper. Thinck orange flesh at least one inch very flavorful. Outstanding ingredient for pies but also delicious by itsself. Cultivation Instructions: Sow outside in rows or hills after danger of frost is past and soil has warmed, sow 1/2"-1" deep, 4" apart in rows 6'-8' apart, thinning to 1' between plants, or plant 3-5 seeds per hill in hills 5'-6' apart.
S$3.00=1/4 oz., ~25 seeds
WS9NUTTER BUTTERCert. BD/OGNEW!Developed by High Mowing's Jodi Lew-Smith, it is a quick ripening squash with a sweet nutty flavor and absolutely delicious. This is a great breeding feat. We asked for permission to grow this wonderful squash to seed with Biodynamic ® methods. We recommend when someone has developed a new variety that permission is asked from the developer if you want to do seed growing of the variety. This helps to maintain what has developed in the particular variety.
S$3.00~10 seeds, ~10 seeds
M$18.00=1 oz., ~300 seeds
LG$38.00=4 oz., ~1200 seeds
WS6RED KURICert. BD/OG(C. maxima)95 days.Beautiful red-orange 5 pound tear-drop shaped fruits make a colorful addition to the autumn harvest. Baked or in pies.
S$3.00=4 g, ~20 seeds
M$6.00=1/2 oz., ~75 seeds
LG$9.00=1 oz., ~150 seeds
XL$45.00=1 lb, ~2000 seeds
2+ oz.$6.50/oz. bulk rate=~300 seeds
WS1STELLA BLUECert. BD/OGIts outstanding flavor and excellent storage through the whole winter stood out in our squash trials last year. Deep thick orange flesh and light bluish green skin of 4-6 inch high, 10-12 inch wide disks with litle or no buttoning on the base. Orignial seed from Bill Reynolds.
S$3.00=7 g, ~25 seeds
M$6.50=1 oz., ~150 seeds
LG$12.00=2 oz., ~300 seeds
WSP2THELMA SAUNDERSCert. BD/OGNEW!SALE!(sweet potato)85-90 days.HEIRLOOM originally from Thelma Sanders of Kirksville, Missouri. The seed was passed from Evert Pettit to Sue and Tom Knoche who were Ohio squash collectors. . Blond skin and creamy golden flesh. Best tasting acorn ever, slightly larger fruits and outstandingly prolific. Thelma herself stated that this squash was better than sweet potatoes with its nutty flavor Stores better than most acorns. Sow outside in rows or hills after danger of frost is past and soil has warmed, sow 1/2"-1" deep, 4" apart in rows 4' to 6' apart, thinning to 1' between plants, or plant 3-5 seeds per hill in hills 4'-6' apart.
S$3.00=5 g, ~30 seeds
M$6.00=1 oz., ~250 seeds
LG$19.00=4 oz., ~1000 seeds
XL$45.00=1 lb, ~4000 seeds