Summer squash has a tender skin so you can eat everything except the blossom and vine ends. They start early in the season and are available all summer however have a short shelf life and do not store for more than a week to ten days in your fridge. They are best eaten fresh.
The following are the varieties we are growing again in 2019:
Winter squash has a thicker skin which helps to keep the moisture inside the squash for longer periods of time. In many instances they get sweeter the longer they are stored, hence the name: Winter Squash.
The following are the varieties we are growing in 2019:
New for this year are: Tahitian Mellon Squash, Okosomin, and Strawberry Crown. You will have to keep an eye out for them 🙂