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Butternut    

Patty Pan    

Fordhook    

Hubbard    

Summer    

Spaghetti    

Zucchini    

Squash comes in either summer or winter. I have several of both kinds, even some I call transitional. Keep reading to learn more about what to expect each season! ​




Summer


Summer varieties include Zucchini and Summer Squash. Both are quite common, but can come in different shapes, colors, and sizes. I have round Zucchini, yellow zucchini, and, of course, your standard long, green varieties.



Transition


The squash I call my transitional varieties, I usually have available sometime in August. They come in as the summer varieties are coming to an end, but before people are ready face the end of summer and the beginning of fall.


These varieties include Spaghetti Squash, patty pan, and whichever of my early fall squash are ready, usually Acorn or Butternut.



Fall


Fall is by far the premier time for squash, as it is in the gourd family. I aim to have an excellent variety, as well as, some you can store throughout the winter. Below is a list of just some of the varieties I have available:



Acorn

Honeynut

Butternut

Gooseneck

Hubbard

Kuri

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Learn more about the different types of squash, as well as, storing tips and seed roasting advice from What's Cooking Americahttps://whatscookingamerica.net/squash.htm

Acorn    

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