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44 days. Bush type. Long, straight, slender with slight ridges, black-green color. Flesh greenish white, firm, fine delicate flavor. Pick when 6 to 8 inches long, while still tender.
42 days. The Crookneck Squash is a widely known favorite for home and market. It has a curved neck and is warted. This improved strain is slightly smoother, is light yellow, uniform and quite prolific bush type.
43 days. Saffron Prolific has a very uniform, tapered, classical shape. Fruits are smoother, born on a more manageable, yet sturdy and open plant. Early excellent yields for a open pollinated plant. Good for commercial trade and a great improvement for the home garden. PVP Applied for.
42 days. The Early Prolific has straight fruit, slightly smaller at the stem end and light cream in color. It can usually be eaten 4-12 inches in length. Bush type that can be planted close together, a good yielder and a very popular variety for home. Often called Banana Squash. Sometimes this fruit will turn green on aging vines or late plantings, especially when stress conditions are present.
This component blend of Golden Zucchini, Black Beauty, Grey Zucchini and White Bush Scallop are both attractive and economical. A mixture of open pollinated varieties, lets the gardeners have a good selection of summer squash.
42 days. One of the most attractive summer squash for home garden or shipping. 12 inches long. Straight, smooth, mottled medium green with gray. Fine quality flesh, small seed. Bush type.