Squash Varieties
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  • Robinson�s Squash�d (All Varieties), J2o Apple & Raspberry, Oasis Citrus Punch
    Robinson�s Squash�d (All Varieties), J2o Apple & Raspberry, Oasis Citrus Punch

    £2.00
    budgens.co.uk
  • Squash Hunter F1 Seeds
    Squash Hunter F1 Seeds

    Fine flavoured A high yielding butternut squash, giving you a good supply of delicious squashes throughout late summer and autumn, each one a lovely buff colour, with attractive, fine-flavoured orange flesh. Summer/storage variety. Culture: Sow under cover late April-May, and plant out when danger of frost has passed, allowing 60cm (24") between bush varieties and 120cm (48") between trailing plants. Harvest late September-October.

  • Winter Squash F1 Hunter (VSQ08)
    Winter Squash F1 Hunter (VSQ08)

    One of the first varieties of butternut squash developed for the UK climate. Matures after 105 days, producing 6-7 fruits, each weighing about 1Kg. Light tan colour with bright orange flesh and sweet taste.

    £2.75
    molesseeds.co.uk
  • MIXED PUMPKINS AND SQUASHES
    MIXED PUMPKINS AND SQUASHES

    C1 - A selection of 10 pumpkin and squash varieties mixed together in the box consisting of pumpkins - Marina of Chioggia, Padana, Long of Naples, Berrettina Piacentina, Quintale and squashes - Butternut Rugosa, Tromba d'Albenga, Sicilian Snakes, Custard

    £3.99
    seedsofitaly.com
  • Squash Seeds - Sunburst F1
    Squash Seeds - Sunburst F1

    Special varieties have been chosen which are particularly suitable for eating at a young stage when they are quite small. Eat them raw in salads, lightly steamed or in stir-fry recipes. For best results you must ensure the soil is fertile and well prepared. Dig in garden compost or peat prior to sowing or planting and apply fertiliser between crops. HEALTH BENEFITS: High in vitamins A (For growth, healthy hair, skin, bones, teeth and eyes as well as resistance to respiratory infections), C...

  • Pumpkins & Squashes
    Pumpkins & Squashes

    Everyone knows and loves the traditional pumpkin 'plump and golden carved into a Halloween lantern'; and perhaps you've prepared a pumpkin pie or a thick pumpkin soup but in the last few years other more interesting and varied varieties such as patty pans, kabocha, butternut, acorn and spaghetti squashes have become available from famer's markets and allotment gardeners. For all those cooks who have wondered what to do with these glorious new vegetables, or those who simply want some inspirational...

    £8.26
    wordery.com
  • Squash Hurricane
    Squash Hurricane

    Butternut squash has become a firm favourite in recent years and Hurricane has been specially bred for UK growing conditions. Early-maturing Hurricane has a small seed cavity and superb orange flesh. FeaturesF1 Hybrids are crossed varieties that are exceptionally vigorous and longer lasting

    £1.65
    marshalls-seeds.co.uk
  • Courgettes and Summer Squashes Seeds Collection
    Courgettes and Summer Squashes Seeds Collection

    Many shapes, sizes and colours. Easy to grow for summer crops. 6 varieties include Black Beauty, Grisette de Provence, Di Nizza, Patty Pan, Golden Zucchini and Yellow Scallop.

  • Mr. Fothergill's 21349 10 Count Get Growing Hornet F1 Squash Butternut Seed
    Mr. Fothergill's 21349 10 Count Get Growing Hornet F1 Squash Butternut Seed

    A very reliable variety with lots of sweet, nutty flesh Very neat uniform fruits which form very close to the centre of the plant allowing for ease of harvest Water well and place in a light, warm position A very good skin finish Internal seed cavity is small allowing more flesh than some varieties

  • Mixed 'Wild Bunch' Medley , Squash
    Mixed 'Wild Bunch' Medley , Squash

    A 'Growing Old' Exclusive Mix , A succulent sweet selection of trailing winter squashes from our heritage range including butternut, acorn & the more unusual varieties in an array of shapes and sizes, of what, you wont know until they grow. These will grow thru the summer, into autumn & then, once picked, will store thru winter. Approx 105 days to maturity on most varieties. , Seed Count Approx - 10

    £1.50
    pennardplants.com
  • Patty Pan Sunny Delight Squash
    Patty Pan Sunny Delight Squash

    Sow from April until June with harvest from June onwards. As with many courgette varieties it is good to pick the fruit when young as you then get the very sweet flesh and you will encourage more growth from the plant.

    £0.99
    originaltouch.co.uk
  • Squash Honey Bear - Seeds
    Squash Honey Bear - Seeds

    F1 Hybrids are crossed varieties that are exceptionally vigorous and longer lasting

  • Squashes Propagator Kit
    Squashes Propagator Kit

    Propagator kit, plus 2 varieties of seed: Squash (Summer) Sunburst F1 and Squash (Winter) Hornet F1.

  • Courgettes & Summer Squashes Collection
    Courgettes & Summer Squashes Collection

    Contains: Black Beauty, Grisette de Provence, Di Nizza, Golden Zucchini, Patty Pam and Yellow Scallop. 6 varieties each separately packed.

  • Squash F1 Butterbush Seeds
    Squash F1 Butterbush Seeds

    Compact plants, ideal for patios A compact-growing variety which makes it possible to grow tasty butternut squashes on your patio. The plants are quite ornamental, with huge yellow flowers and attractive veined foliage. Bred in the UK, it performs well in our climate, and the delicious sweet-fleshed fruits, each up to 1kg (2¼lb) in weight, will be ready to pick from August (much earlier than standard varieties). Culture: Sow under glass April-May. (18-20 weeks maturity).

  • Summer Squash F1 Total Eclipse (VSQ96)
    Summer Squash F1 Total Eclipse (VSQ96)

    A range of excellent hybrid pie-shaped patty pan varieties, with scallop edged fruits. All mature after 45-50 days. Good flavour and texture; with a small scar. Suited for both baby and standard sized fruit production.

    £2.45
    molesseeds.co.uk
  • Burgon & Ball Pre-Printed Giant Wooden Plant Label - Squash
    Burgon & Ball Pre-Printed Giant Wooden Plant Label - Squash

    Beautifully printed FSC hardwood label to make a statement in any garden. Up to 24 different varieties of popular Herbs, Salads and Vegetables to choose from. Beautifully printed FSC hardwood label to make a statement in any garden. Up to 24 different varieties of popular Herbs, Salads and Vegetables to choose from. Size 30cm x 3.5cm (60328678 / 5019360007753 / GTL/SQUASH)

  • BUTTERNUT SQUASH LISCIA
    BUTTERNUT SQUASH LISCIA

    Mid-late. Good foliage and a good producer. The long pear shaped fruits have a smooth skin with sweet, meaty yellow-orange flesh. Much easier to peel than scalloped varieties.

    £2.49
    seedsofitaly.com
  • Squash Autumn Crown F1 Seeds
    Squash Autumn Crown F1 Seeds

    A new type of squash! A new variety and a new type! If you know your squashes, this is best described as a ‘Crown Prince’ x Butternut cross, or a kind of ‘flattened’ round Butternut type. What’s more important, its got delicious, crisp, orange flesh, great for instant use, but also stores well. Couple this with a semi-bush compact habit ideal for modern gardens and you have something worth a try! Culture: Sow all varieties under cover late April-May, and plant out when danger of frost has passed...

  • Summer Squash F1 Moonbeam (VSQ92)
    Summer Squash F1 Moonbeam (VSQ92)

    A range of excellent hybrid pie-shaped patty pan varieties, with scallop edged fruits. All mature after 45-50 days. Good flavour and texture; with a small scar. Suited for both baby and standard sized fruit production.

    £2.45
    molesseeds.co.uk
  • Squash Baby Bear Seeds
    Squash Baby Bear Seeds

    Can be used in pies. Tasty, easily grown and useful for pies. Flattened globe fruits turn orange on maturity. The seeds can be dried in an oven or cooked in oil and eaten like peanuts. Trailing. Culture: Sow all varieties under cover late April-May, and plant out when danger of frost has passed, allowing 60cm (24") between bush varieties and 120cm (48") between trailing plants. Harvest late September-October.

  • Summer Squash F1 Sunbeam (VSQ94)
    Summer Squash F1 Sunbeam (VSQ94)

    A range of excellent hybrid pie-shaped patty pan varieties, with scallop edged fruits. All mature after 45-50 days. Good flavour and texture; with a small scar. Suited for both baby and standard sized fruit production.

    £2.45
    molesseeds.co.uk
  • Summer Squash F1 Lunar Eclipse (VSQ90)
    Summer Squash F1 Lunar Eclipse (VSQ90)

    A range of excellent hybrid pie-shaped patty pan varieties, with scallop edged fruits. All mature after 45-50 days. Good flavour and texture; with a small scar. Suited for both baby and standard sized fruit production.

    £2.45
    molesseeds.co.uk
  • Winter Squash Table Ace (VSQ70)
    Winter Squash Table Ace (VSQ70)

    A high sugar ‘Acorn’ squash. Dark green heart shaped fruits with ribs on the outside, and thick sweet orange flesh on the inside. Fruits typically weight 0.5-1Kg. One of the sweetest varieties currently available.

    £2.90
    molesseeds.co.uk
  • Butternut Squash Rugosa
    Butternut Squash Rugosa

    Squash and Courgettes Delicious Summer and Winter Squashes. From winter squash to summer courgettes - very easy to grow, and why do they all need to be long and green? Go on live a little, try one of the round varieties! For winter squashes try the pumpkin Marina Di Choggia - small and ugly shaped but delicious orange flesh inside. The Butternut Squash Rugosa - delicious roasted with olive oil and garlic. Summer courgettes: The flying saucer shaped Custard White is always popular and looks great...

    £1.95
    worm.co.uk
  • Squash Butternut - Hunter - Suttons - 1 Packet (12 Seeds)
    Squash Butternut - Hunter - Suttons - 1 Packet (12 Seeds)

    An early ripening butternut variety providing a very heavy crop throughout late summer and autumn. Fruit are a lovely buff colour, with fine flavoured orange flesh, and store well. Average fruit weight 800g-1Kg. Trailing type, but shorter than American bred varieties 1 Packet (12 Seeds) average content Sowing Months: April-June Hints and Tips: Good source of vitamins A, C5, B6 and potassium. Culture: Full growing instructions given on packet. Sow: April-June. Harvest: August-October. Also known as...

  • Squash - Tromba D’Albenga
    Squash - Tromba D’Albenga

    Squash and Courgettes Delicious Summer and Winter Squashes. From winter squash to summer courgettes - very easy to grow, and why do they all need to be long and green? Go on live a little, try one of the round varieties! For winter squashes try the pumpkin Marina Di Choggia - small and ugly shaped but delicious orange flesh inside. The Butternut Squash Rugosa - delicious roasted with olive oil and garlic. Summer courgettes: The flying saucer shaped Custard White is always popular and looks great...

    £1.95
    worm.co.uk
  • Squash Seeds - Summer Squash Collection - Six Varieties
    Squash Seeds - Summer Squash Collection - Six Varieties

    Squash Seeds - Summer Squash Collection of Six Different varieties will produce productive plants with fruit in an attractive range of colours, shapes, textures and flavours. Ideal for salads, stir-fries and a steamed or baked vegetable.Sow this Summer Squash Collection indoors from March to MayFree label

    £3.59
    the-plant-directory.co.uk
  • Courgette and Summer Squash Collection
    Courgette and Summer Squash Collection

    Courgette and Summer Squash Collection with a superb range of colours, shapes and textures. Each variety is seperately packed. Ideal for salads, stir-fries and as a steamed or baked vegetable The Courgette and Summer Squash Collection includes seeds of the following varieties ...Black Beauty - good flavoured fruits with very dark smooth green skins. 12 seeds Golden Zucchini - attractive, thin skinned golden cylindrical fruits, with crisp flesh. 8 seeds Lebanese - unusual pale green 'club shaped'...

    £4.14
    the-plant-directory.co.uk
  • Squash High Sugar Mixed F1 Hybrid Seeds
    Squash High Sugar Mixed F1 Hybrid Seeds

    Product Information An exciting mix of for 'high-sugar' varieties, developed from Sweet Dumpling types. Bushy plants produce 'one meal' sized fruits of acorn or dumpling shape, weighing 500g-750g (1lb-1½lb). Sweet flesh, average 14-16 brix (sugar) levels. Squash High Sugar Mixed contains Harlequin (acorn, cream with green stripes), Celebration (acorn, cream with orange stripes, green flecks), Table Star (acorn, green) Sweet Lightning (dumpling, creamy orange with darker orange stripes). ...

    £2.29
    notcutts.co.uk