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Squash, Acorn- Autumn Delight

High-yielding classic acorn. Produces high yields of uniform fruit with rich, dark-green skin. Strong powdery mildew tolerance. Semibush plants. Stores well for 2–3 months. Hybrid.

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Squash, Acorn- Carnival

Colorful decorative acorn. Attractive winter squash with patches and flecks of dark green, light green, orange, and yellow. Semi-bush plants. Hybrid.

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Squash, Acorn- Honey Bear

Delicious small acorn, just right for single servings when halved. Semi-bush plant. Bred by Dr. Brent Loy at UNH to fulfill his career-long ambition to improve acorn squash flavor. Intermediate resistance to powdery mildew. 1–1 1/4 lb fruit. AAS winner. Hybrid.

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Squash, Butternut- Honeynut

Adorable, serving size mini butternut with dark tan skin and great sweet flavor. Field resistance to powdery mildew, fruits range in size from ½-1 pound. Heirloom.

           
         
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Squash, Butternut- Waltham

By far the most widely grown open-pollinated butternut with delicious, finely textured dark orange flesh. Uniform fruits with smooth, tan skin that is easily peeled with a potato peeler. This strain has been selected for uniformity of size, shape, and yields. Excellent keeper if cured properly. Heirloom.

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Squash, Delicata- Bush Delicata

Compact, tidy plants with sweet, oblong fruits. Delicious smooth, nutty flesh with hints of butter and brown sugar. Skin starts creamy white with green stripes and flecks, curing to striped light yellow. Compact plants spread only 4-6 feet. Heirloom.

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Squash, Delicata- Sweet Dumpling

Sweet, single-serving size. Ivory with dark green stripes like a delicata, but dainty and teacup shaped. Only 4" in diameter, small enough for a single meal. Very sweet, tender orange flesh. Suitable for stuffing. Medium length vines. 3/4–1 lb. Heirloom.

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Squash, Hubbard- Blue

Decorative farmstand favorite. A beloved heirloom with a hard, bumpy, blue-green shell. Medium-dry, medium-sweet yellow flesh. 12–15 lb, with some larger. Heirloom.

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Squash, Spaghetti

Oblong light yellow fruits have very sweet flesh. Bake or boil this unusual vegetable and the flesh separates into long noodles resembling spaghetti. A fun treat for the family with kid friendly vegetable appeal- just top with sauce and serve! 4-5 fruits/plant. Heirloom.

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Squash, Spaghetti- Angel Hair

Convenient, personal size, perfect for single servings. Imparts sweet, nutty flavor. An excellent pasta alternative— bake or boil, fork out the flesh, and top the "spaghetti" with your favorite sauce. High yielding plants. Long vines. 1 1/2–2 lb. Hybrid.

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Pumpkin, Jack O' Lantern- Cargo

A robust hybrid with strong handles and beautiful color. Cargo PMR's rich orange color and large size, 20–25 lb., make it an excellent choice for carving. Intermediate resistance to powdery mildew. Hybrid.

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Pumpkin, Pie- New England Pie

The classic New England pie pumpkin. Dark orange-skinned pumpkins in a range of small sizes, typically 4–6 lb. Well-colored, orange flesh is relatively starchy, dry, and stringless. Also works for mini jack-o'-lanterns. Heirloom.

Browse the Torch Lake Co-op Spring Plant Catalog here! Orders open in our online store on Earth Day, April 22nd. This catalog lookbook is intended to inspire you and help you plan your garden spaces.

CUCUMBERS
EGGPLANT
FLOWERS
FLOWERS, VINING
GREENS
HERBS
MELONS
ONIONS & SHALLOTS
PEPPERS
SQUASH & PUMPKINS
TOMATOES
VEGETABLES
ZUCCHINI
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How to Order

Order cycles open in our online store on Earth Day, April 22nd. First pickup is on opening day of the Bellaire Farmers Market, May 20th. Order early to insure you reserve the plants you want. Utilize multiple pickup days to avoid getting overwhelmed with too many plants for one weekend's work!

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Pickups

Collect your plants from our booth on the NE corner at the Bellaire Farmers Market starting May 20th. Custom pickups and deliveries are available. Call, text, or email to arrange.