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: 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: 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: The flesh is orange and smooth-textured. It is similar in taste to a butternut.
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: The flesh is yellow with a smooth texture. It is very sweet and is a Sam family favorite.
Butternut: The flesh is orange, smooth-textured, and has a unique sweet flavor.