Squashes and Pumpkins Seeds

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  • Squash - Red Kuri

    Squash, Winter – Red Kuri (Organic)

    £2.80

    Squash, Winter – Red Kuri (Organic)

    A bright orange, chestnut flavoured, smallish winter squash of 1.2 – 1.5kg weight. With it’s orange red skin and golden flesh Red Kuri is a tasty globe of autumn glory. Firm but smooth, sweet and nutty, rich, creamy – you get the idea! It is Ronja’s mum’s favourite squash because you can cook it without having to peel it, and also for its fabulous flavour and good storage qualities.

    This style of squash originates in Japan but has gained popularity in many other countries like the UK. We love growing squash, they are happy trailing across the ground or up a structure.
    (Approximate seed count – 13)

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  • Musque de Provence

    Winter Squash – Musque de Provence (Ecologically produced)

    £2.25

    Winter Squash – Musque de Provence (Ecologically produced)

    A very large, earthy, heavily-ribbed winter squash that is subtly sweet and stores well. The thick firm skin is an earthy colour, the flesh is a deep orange. A traditional variety for Provence, in Southern France, it is often sold in pre-cut wedges. It’s an adaptable variety, which can be used in soups and stews, roasted or baked as a pumpkin pie.
    (Approximate seed count – 15)

    £2.25
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  • Oregon Homestead Sweet meat

    Winter Squash – Oregon Homestead Sweet Meat (Ecologically produced)

    £2.50

    Winter Squash – Oregon Homestead Sweet Meat (Ecologically produced)

    A large, beautiful, and delicious hubbard-type pumpkin, with excellent storage qualities . This is a variety bred by Carol Deppe in Corvallis, Oregon in the USA. She spent years selecting for vigour, good cool-soil emergence, small seed cavity and premium flavour. We believe this variety is a serious contender to Crown Prince F1. It is quite a large variety with a crunchy, sweet flavour. They were extremely prolific in our 2018 squash trials and Ronja’s clear favourite in taste. They are great for cooking and even raw – real pleasure to munch on.

    (Approximate seed count – 10)

    £2.50
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