Squash

We grown many different varieties of squash that are that are available in September and October.  Squash are ready to eat when the bottom where they sat on the ground is a nice orange color.

Acorn

 

Acorn: The flesh is an orange-yellow flesh with a sweet and nutty smooth-texture.  This squash is generally drier than a buttercup or butternut.

 

Spaghetti Squash

Spaghetti Squash: The flesh is a darker yellow color.  It is very stringy and a good pasta substitute.  This is the earliest type of squash we grow.  They are ready to eat when the outside turns a bright yellow.

 

Orange squash

Orange: The flesh is orange and smooth-textured.  It is similar in taste to a butternut.

 

 

Buttercup squash

Buttercup: The flesh is dark orange with a smooth texture.  It is generally a little drier than the butternut and is a favorite among our customers.

 

Sweet Dumpling

 

Sweet Dumpling: The flesh is yellow with a smooth texture.  It is very sweet and is a Sam family favorite.

 

ButternutButternut: The flesh is orange, smooth-textured, and has a unique sweet flavor.