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Non-GMO Squash Seeds | 8 Variety Pack


Are you looking to add some variety to your vegetable garden? Look no further than the 8 squash variety seed pack from Gardeners Basics! This pack contains individual packets of non-GMO heirloom squash seeds, each featuring a different variety to add flavor and diversity to your garden and dinner plate.

This pack will receive zucchini, delicata, butternut, spaghetti, scallop, Caserta, round, and hubbard squash seeds. So whether you're looking to create delicious meals with your harvest or want to add a pop of color to your garden, these seeds are a perfect choice.

These squash varieties are easy to grow and can be planted in various conditions. Plus, as heirloom varieties, you can be sure that these seeds are non-GMO and will produce fruits with exceptional flavor and texture. Whether you're an experienced gardener or just starting, these squash seeds will surely delight and inspire you. So why wait? Start your garden with the 8 squash variety seed pack from Gardeners Basics!

Squash is a warm-season vegetable that is relatively easy to grow. Here are some generic growing information and tips to help you cultivate a healthy and productive squash garden:

  1. Planting: Squash prefers a warm and sunny location with well-draining soil. Plant seeds or seedlings when the soil temperature is above 60°F (15°C). Sow seeds 1 inch deep and 3-4 feet apart in rows at least 6 feet apart. For vining squash varieties, plant in hills or mounds, with 3-4 seeds per hill, and thin to the most potent plant.

  2. Watering: Squash needs consistent moisture, so it is important to water deeply and regularly, especially during periods of drought. Water at the base of the plant and avoid wetting the leaves to prevent fungal diseases.

  3. Fertilizing: Squash is a heavy feeder, so it benefits from regular balanced fertilizer applications, such as 10-10-10. Apply fertilizer before planting and every 3-4 weeks throughout the growing season.

  4. Pest and Disease Control: Squash is susceptible to various pests and diseases, including squash bugs, vine borers, powdery mildew, and downy mildew. Regularly monitoring, handpicking, and using organic insecticides and fungicides can help control these problems.

  5. Harvesting: For most varieties, squash can be harvested when the fruit is young and tender, usually around 6-8 inches in length. Use a sharp knife or pruning shears to cut the fruit from the vine, leaving a small stem attached. Regular harvesting will encourage the plant to produce more fruit.

Following these tips, you can enjoy a bountiful harvest of fresh and flavorful squash from your garden.