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Vegetable Seeds - Squash

There are so many squash varieties, some grow to the size of a small pumpkin and some are the size of cricket balls. Squash need a good summer to fruit well. Some of the new varieties have been bred for the British climate, so may be more successful than the old favourites.

For advice on growing squash see our Grow Your Own Squash guide.

Squash Seeds

Squash Seeds

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Autumn Crown F1 Seeds

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.

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Butterbush F1 Seeds

The 'Cobnut' type squash is now one of our top selling vegetables, courtesy of exposure in the supermarkets and TV Chef recipes. Up until now though trailing plant habits have required considerable room in the garden. Enter a British plant breeder to come up with 'Butterbush' with its compact, bushy habit, bred specifically to grow in large containers on the patio or small garden spaces.

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Crown Prince F1

Steel blue skin and bright orange flesh with a sweet nutty flavour, and averaging 3-4kg (6-9lb) in weight. The storage potential is excellent; it can be over 3 months if kept in a frost-free area with good ventilation. Trailing growth habit. Harvest September-October.

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F1 Crown Prince Seeds

Steel blue skin and bright orange flesh with a sweet nutty flavour, and averaging 3-4kg (6-9 lb) in weight. The storage potential is excellent; it can be over 3 months if kept in a frost-free area with good ventilation. Trailing growth habit.

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F1 Hunter

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.

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Honey Boat

This squash is easier to grow, and sweeter than a butternut squash. It's more productive too. The fruits are super sweet with firm, deep orange flesh, the ideal size to serve 2 people.

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RHS Award of Garden Merit

Hunter F1 Seeds

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.

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Marina di Chioggia

The heirloom sea pumpkin of Chioggia on the coast of Italy. The large turban shaped fruit are deep blue-green - one of the most beautiful and unique of all squashes! A perfect variety for market gardeners. The rich, sweet flesh is a deep yellow-orange and of good quality, delicious baked or in pies. The fruit weigh about 5kg each and are produced on vigorous vines.

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Musquee de Provence

A traditional variety from southern France, these gorgeous, big flat pumpkins are shaped like a big wheel of cheese, and are heavily lobed and ribbed. The skin is a beautiful, rich brown colour when ripe. The flesh is deep orange, thick and very fine flavoured, fruit grow to 20 lb each.

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RHS Award of Garden Merit

Sunburst F1 Seeds

A compact squash producing a heavy crop of small yellow-skinned fruits with a distinctive 'nutty' taste. Cut the fruit at 3.5cm (1") diameter. Eat raw or lightly steamed.

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Sunburst Patty Pan

Part of the James Wong Grow For Flavour Range. Pick when no more than 5cm across, then steam whole and douse in olive oil and garlic. They have a nutty flavour and melt-in-the-mouth texture, with a firmer bite than most courgettes with no hint of wateriness. Harvest July-September.

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Tromboncino

Part of the James Wong Grow For Flavour Range. A variety of butternut squash, picked while still tender and green. As well as looking incredibly ornamental in the garden, its big benefit in the kitchen is that it tastes sweeter than most regular courgettes. Harvest July-September.

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Zucca da Marmellata

Part of the James Wong Grow For Flavour Range. Bred specifically to simmer down into a spiced amber jam much loved in Italy. It is rather lacking in sugars, so tastes a little insipid on its own, but it is magically transformed by a few generous cupfuls of the sweet stuff, a sprinkling of lemon rind and a dash of cinnamon. Harvest August-November.

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