Specialty squash seeds include several oddball varieties that do not fit neatly into other squash categories. Here we find edible gourds, unusual pumpkins, and some of the traditional Chinese “melons.” Botanically speaking, these fall somewhere between squash, melons, and cucumbers. But we grow them like squash in this climate and they present the gardener with challenges similar to squash.

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  • Futtsu Black Early Squash

    Futtsu Black Early

  • Jade Dragon Bitter Melon Seeds SQ765-1

    Jade Dragon

  • Miriam Sponge Gourd Luffa Seeds SQ767-1

    Miriam Sponge Gourd

  • Tromboncino


  • Turks Turban

    Turk’s Turban