SUMMER SQUASH SEEDS
Black Beauty Zucchini. Sow the seeds after danger of frost.
Very tender, creamy white, flavorful flesh. Compact, bush like growth
makes it great for small gardens. Can be eaten steamed, grilled,
sautéed, raw in salads or made into relish or breads. Can be
harvested very small for baby vegetables. 55 days.
Cocozelle. Highly regarded for slicing and frying.
Cocozelle squash is also tasty when steamed or simmered. Bush type
plant with 10-12 inch fruits that are dark green with light green
stripes. High in vitamin A and low in calories. 42-120 days.
Crookneck. Semi open plant with smooth, light yellow,
curve-necked fruits. Creamy white, sweet, mild flesh with excellent
flavor. Pick at 5-6 in. Small seed cavity. 42-60 days.
Dark Green Zucchini. Early, vigorous, bush plants with
loads of high quality fruits that are dark green with light green
flecks. High yields. Authentic zucchini flavor. Best at 6-8 inches.
Round Zucchini. Bush plants with 2.5 inch round squash that
can be stuffed with delicate delights, steamed and eaten as any
summer squash, and has a unique blossom attachment for edible flower
use. 45 days.
Straightneck. All-America Selections Winner. Sow the seeds after
chance of frost. This old favorite is very prolific and popular because of its
thick, tasty flesh. Can be harvested very small for baby vegetables or pick at
4-7 inches. Resistant to squash bugs. 42-56 days.
Tromboncino. Have you given up on summer squash because
of squash vine borers? Tromboncino squash is technically a winter squash, but
when picked early, it tastes like a summer squash. It has solid stems so it is
resistant to squash vine borer. Pick when light green and 1 foot long for a
summer squash taste. If left to mature, tomboncino grows up to 3 feet long! Best
grown on a trellis. 70 days
White Bush Scallop. Standard Patty Pan type. Very early,
pale greenish white, pie shaped, scalloped fruits that are fine
grained and have fine flavored white flesh. 47-65 days.
WINTER SQUASH SEEDS
Table Queen Acorn. Bakes dry and sweet for individual
servings. Keeps and handles well. 85 days.
Burgess Buttercup. Flattened turbans with very sweet med
orange, stringless, fiberless, fine quality flesh. Harvest when
yellow spot touching ground turns orange. Lovers of winter squash say
that the buttercups are the best tasting winter squash. 85-110
Blue Hubbard. Large squash with blue rind and orange
yellow flesh. Can grow 10-40 lbs! 110 days.
True Green Hubbard. Thick, sweet, dry, fine grained, orange
yellow flesh that has a fine flavor. An excellent keeper that is
popular with home gardeners and commercial growers.
Spaghetti. Vigorous spreading vines have rounded
cylindrical buff tan fruits that are ready to harvest when skin color
changes from cream to buff. Bake about 50 minutes then rake out the
flesh with a fork. Serve with pasta sauce like spaghetti. 70-115
So many great qualities that it is an All-American Winner. Long storage,
tasty nutty flavor, vigorous vines, high yields Solid stems resist boring type
insects and it stores for months. 95 days.
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