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Edible Pumpkins and Winter Squash

For Cooking and Decor

Winter Luxury

Unusual and attractive pie pumpkin. Known for its excellent flavor. Reported to make the most velvety of pies with its thick, dense, sweet flesh.

Rouge V'If D'Etampes

A Cinderella-type French heirloom pumpkin. It has moderately sweet orange flesh that is excellent for pies. The pumpkin is the standard for French soup stocks.

White Delight

This pumpkin is popular for its unique gray gray/off-white with white stripes. It's also great for eating!

Warty Thing

It has a golden-orange fine-grained flesh that is crisp and sweet. Because of its excellent flavor, it is popular for eating raw.

Porcelain Doll

Very sweet, mildly fruity, aromatic, deep orange flesh. The smooth, dry, string-less texture when cooked.

Long Island Cheese

Makes superior pies with rich orange flesh. Related to the butternut squash it can be substituted for butternut in any recipe. This heirloom pumpkin gets its name from its resemblance to a wheel of cheese...not its flavor!

Sugar Pie

As the name suggests...your standard sweet pie pumpkin.

Rascal

This pretty pink pumpkin has thick, orange flesh that is of excellent eating quality.

Royal Blue

Sweet, dry, deep orange flesh that is of excellent eating quality.

Black Futsu

Unique Japanese variety with a rich hazelnut flavor.

Autumn Frost

Sweet, earthy taste. Similar to a Butternut but some would say it is superior and richer.

Buttercup

Firm, dry, stringless, creamy flesh with a rich, sweet flavor. Originally introduced as a substitute for sweet potatoes.

Spaghetti

When cooked the flesh will come apart into spaghetti-like strands with a few scrapes from a fork making it a popular option for gluten-free pasta.

Hubbard Blue New England

Stores well. Yellow/orange, finely textured, dense flesh with a sweet, nutty flavor.

Triamble

Not only does this savory Australian heirloom keep well but it is also extremely flavorful with a sweet, orange, fine-grained flesh.

Pink Banana Jumbo

Top-tier squash! Very sweet, mildly dry. Used for everything from beer to baby food.

Galeux d'Eysines

This French heirloom is one of the best tasting squash that exists and has a sweet, smooth texture. Pro tip- more barnacles means more sweetness!

Autumn Crown

This Butternut cross has deep orange, very sweet flesh with a unique, sweet melon scent.

Acorn Squash

Slightly sweet with a mild buttery flavor.

Bellorado

Take a classic Acorn with a mildly sweet, nutty flavor and add a bit more sweetness and voila! You now have a Bellorado.

Goldilock

Sweet and nutty and bright orange! Use as decoration or food or both.

Mashed Potatoes

Silky smooth with white flesh!

Carnival

Decorative and similar in taste and texture to a sweet potato and butternut squash. It's deep cavity makes a great stuffing vessel.

Kabocha (Japanese Pumpkin)

Subtly sweet nuttiness with a moist, dense, fine-grained texture. Sweeter than butternut, stocked full of beta carotene and other nutrients.

Steph Kuri

A personal-sized Kobocha that balances taste and texture with a dry and superbly smooth, rich, nutty, and buttery sweetness.

Sunshine

Completely string-less with a succulent, nutty, ultra-sweet flesh.

Sweet Mama

An earlier ripening Kabocha for who just can't wait any longer!

Sweet Meat

Keeps well in storage and is a favorite for baking desserts. It has a dense, non-stringy texture that is rich and buttery.

Delicata

This popular squash has a sweet, nutty flavor similar to corn and sweet potato, with a creamy, smooth texture. These also have thin, edible skin.

Bush Delicata

A traditional and delicious Delicata.

Honeyboat

This Delicata is said to be the sweetest squash in existence!

Sweet Dumpling

The same characteristics of a traditional Delicata with a cute, decorative shape.

Butternut Squash

Creamy and consistent with a nutty and sweet flavor. This classic squash can be used for roasting, toasting, baking, grilling, soups, and stews. It even makes an excellent low-calorie substitute for potatoes.

Honeynut

A mini butternut, this variety was bred for flavor, not yield. It has an intense natural sweetness that when roasted on high heat will become rich and caramel-y.

Autumn Gold

Decorative AND delicious!

Butterbaby

A mini- butternut that is perfect for a single serving.

Havana

A mid-sized butternut that stores well!

Waltham Butternut

The classic!