(C. pepo) Styrian is grown for its hull-less seeds, rather than its flesh. Developed in Austria, this variety is robust and productive, with large fat seeds full of nutrients, oil, and flavour. Flesh is edible but not as tasty as winter squash/pie pumpkins – it does make a great treat for livestock. Like the other hull-less/naked seeded varieties, wait until the green stripes are turning orange for optimal seed quality. Approx. 15 seeds per packet.