Harvesting squash in Autumn when the leaves shimmer their beautiful colors of bronze, red and yellow, secures something deep within us.  Preparing for the winter, thinking ahead to Thanksgiving and Sweet Potato Pie and Pumpkin Pie....stews steaming on the cook stove.....cozy, warm thoughts.

We offer to you seeds from our garden and seeds from local Amish gardens that have been handed down for hundreds of years.  They are all heirloom seeds that have been grown without chemicals of any kind. 

This site is still under construction but in the future, look for the links in the Tomato descriptions.  They will lead you to some of our best recipes, gardening tips and preserving techniques.

If you do not find what you are looking for, please let us know.  We will be updating this page as we harvest and we will be glad to let you know if we have what you are looking for.

All of the produce and plant pictures of the organic produce on this page, are of the produce that these seeds come from.  All pictures are copyrighted.


This old Heirloom dates back into the 1800's, easy to grow, large yields and is a great winter keeper.  We discovered this one in 2010 and are extremely pleased with it. 

Easy to slice up, bake and use in everything from pies and breads to cookies.  Makes a creamier and sweeter pumpkin pie, than actual pumpkin. 

Large fruit will grow to be 10 to 40 pounds. Notice in the picture that is laying over a Blue Hubbard and an average size White Pumpkin, this will give you an idea of how big these are. 

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Packet of 15 seeds #116


This heirloom dates back to 1909.  Great for pies and soups with a nice golden flesh. 

The outside of a Blue Hubbard is harder than most squash, which allows it to keep extremely well for a long period of time. 

Large fruits will range from 15 to 40 pounds.  Excellent winter keeper!

Packet of 15 seeds


These cute and extremely tasty little squash make perfect individual servings for stuffing with cinnamon and apples or meat and rice....
almost any combination you can think of.  Simply cut the tops off, scoop the insides out and stuff with a tasty mixture (see recipes), bake and its done! 

Very easy to grow and will store in a cool, dry place throughout the winter season.  They are also ideal to use for an Autumn table centerpiece and will draw lots of attention at the Farmers Market.

Packet of 15 seeds