(Cucurbita pepo) First introduced to the European market in 1930. Dark green, glossy fruit, 15-20cm in length and up to 5cm diameter. Popular varie
(Cucurbita ficifolia) South American heirloom. Also known as 'Fig-Leaf Gourd', 'Malabar Gourd', 'Siam Pumpkin', 'Thai Marrow', 'Shark Fin Melon', 'Ch
(Cucurbita pepo) Italian heirloom. Bush. Pale green, long, cylindrical fruit with dark green stripes. 30 seeds
(Cucurbita pepo) Italian heirloom. Delicious, rich, nutty flavoured, pale-green fruit with slight ridges. Popular variety. May be used like regula
(Cucurbita pepo) Heirloom first introduced into the market in 1938. Uniform, yellow-lemon, slightly rough, club-shaped fruit. High yields. Harvest
(Cucurbita pepo) Heirloom from the 1800's and grown by the Cooper family from New Jersey for over 100 years. Golden yellow, bulbous fruit with sligh
(Cucurbita pepo) Bush. Bright yellow, cylindrical shaped fruits. First introduced onto the seed market in 1973. 50-55 days.
(Cucurbita pepo) An old heirloom variety also known as 'Mexican Zucchini'. Light green, straight, cylindrical fruit with grey flecks. Excellent flavou
***NOT TO WA*** (Cucurbita pepo) New Zealand heirloom; also known as 'Kamo Kamo' by Maori people. Heavily ribbed, speckled green, soft skinned fruit 2
(Cucurbita pepo) Heirloom from the Middle East. Light green, speckled, stocky fruit with sweet, nutty flavour and tender flesh. Hardy, compact bush.
(Cucurbita moschata) Italian heirloom. Also known as 'Little Trombone Pumpkin', or 'Albenga Pumpkin'. When harvested young for use like zucchini, f
(Cucurbita pepo) French heirloom. Round zucchini with mottled green-yellow skin. Requires gentle handling as skin bruises easily. Excellent flavou
(Cucurbita pepo) Bush. Round egg-shaped zucchini with grey-green patchy skin, & creamy-yellow flesh; 6cm diameter. Great for use as 'baby' zucchini
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