If you were stuck on an island and you could only choose one type, would it be the hard-shelled, long-storing, sweet winter squash or the tender-skinned, sliced fresh-from-the-garden summer squash? Tough choice. Hopefully you have plenty of room for growing both varieties. You’ll want plenty of room between seed plantings because they will cross-pollinate and you’ll get something in the middle and it won’t be as pleasant as spring or fall. Our winter squash seed collection is heavy on the heirloom seed varieties, a selection your grandparents would be familiar with, while our summer lineup offers quite a few newer hybrids to the classic older favorites. Squash seeds are grown into hardy annual plants. Summer Squash and winter squash are great in soups and other tasty dishes. Below are all our varieties of squash and zucchini seeds.