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Irish Seed Savers
Supporters Organic Seed Catalogue
When you become a supporter of the Irish Seed Savers you are entitled to FREE seeds and FREE potato seeds from our supporter's catalogue. On the left of this page you can download an order form. Please post in your completed order form and we'll have your seeds off to you as soon as possible.
Pumpkins and Squash
Beautiful green/blue-skinned pumpkins of variable size with dense, brilliant orange, delicious flesh. They store well through winter after harvesting.
If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, these are indeed a beautiful pumpkin that falls into the Turban & Buttercup group of squashes. They are a pumpkin within a pumpkin - one end having a pumpkin of smooth skin bursting out through a lumpy and highly ridged shoulder. The taste is excellent - quite sweet with a nutty, chestnut flavour and firm texture - good for roasting or making pumpkin pie or soup.
Small Japanese pumpkins with dark green skin and exceptionally delicious dense orange flesh. Store well through winter.
Musquee de Provence
The fruit of this variety can grow up to 8 kilos. Green to burnt sienna in colour, with intense peach-orange flesh. They can be harvested and eaten young as small summer squash, or left to mature.
Vigorous vines with fig-shaped leaves that grow well outdoors. The young fruits can be used as a vegetable, the flesh of the mature made into sweet drink or used as animal fodder. The skin is very striking - with green speckling and cream striping. The seeds are large and edible - high in protein and oil.
So called as the fruits are acorn shaped; dark green ribbed skin about 20cm long, several per plant. However when you come to eat them its clear why the 'Table Queen' part is so fitting as, the deep orange dry, thick flesh is so incredibly sweet and delicious.
Originally given to us by a Japanese conservationist who visited several years ago, this medium size pumpkin takes its name from an Indian/Chinese God.