Sibley squash

More Information:

  • Slow Food USA
  • Map of Growers
  • Find Growers by State:

The Sibley Squash, which is also known as "Pike's Peak," was obtained from a woman in Van Dinam, Iowa, who had grown it for more than fifty years. Hiram Sibley & Company of Rochester, New York, introduced it commercially in 1887. The Sibley is a Hubbard-type squash with moderately vigorous 12-15 foot vines. The slate blue, teardrop-shaped fruits have very shallow ribs and weigh from 8 to 10 pounds. Its medium-thick orange flesh is flavorful and sweet. The flesh becomes drier and richer with storage, reaching its peak right after the turn of the New Y

Showing page 9 of 17 for 97 listings

Moon In The Pond Farm

  Sheffield, MA

We have been raising top quality food since 1991 with a deep commitment to sustainability and organic principles. We are dedicated to non-toxic (organic) methods, for the health of people, animals, the soil, the planet. We do NOT use -antibiotics (except to treat illness,) -hormones, -herbicides, -chemical fertilizers, -confinement. (more...)


Midland Downtown Farmers' Market

  Midland, TX

The Midland Downtown Farmers' Market is every Saturday 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. from the first weekend in April through the last weekend in October. We offer local and sustainble produce, coffee, honey, meats, doggy treats, baked goods, as well as local arts and crafts. (more...)


Middleport Community Farmers Market

  Middleport, NY

The Middleport Community Farmers Market runs May to October each year from 2:00pm to 6:00pm every Wednesday at the parking lot of the Middleport Family Health Center and 7-11 on Route 31 in Middleport, NY. Please visit us for fresh produce picked right here in Western NY. (more...)


Matriarch Gardens

  Nisland, SD    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Matriarch Gardens is a small family run farm located along the Belle Fourche River in Nisland, South Dakota. We are a small-scale, direct to consumer farm growing a diverse variety of fruits and vegetables. We practice organic, chemical free, and sustainable farming methods. (more...)


Madaras Garden Studio

  Ann Arbor, MI

My husband and I started a non certified organic garden four years ago outside of Ann Arbor, Michigan. Originally we intended to feed ourselves and family-friends with enough to preserve for winter. While not new to gardening I had not grown in Michigan since my childhood. (more...)


Live Edge Farm & Useless Bay Wines

  Clinton, WA

Live Edge Farm is a small family eco-farm that overlooks Useless Bay on beautiful Whidbey Island. We began farming the land on the edge of a 125 foot bluff in 2009. With a half-acre in cultivation, including our market garden, greenhouse and small orchard, we provide a large variety of produce. (more...)