Pumpkin/Squash variety question for the northwest
I'm looking at growing some new (to me) varieties next year and I'm wondering if anyone has any experience with them.
Specifically, I'm north of Seattle and I'm looking at experimenting with Butternut Squash and Pennsylvania Dutch Crookneck (Neck Pumpkins). Just curious if our climate will work well for them.
I'm trying to find good pie/baking varieties of winter squash. I'm growing Sugar Pie pumpkins this year.