What garden is complete without zucchini? Sliced, shredded, or prepared your favorite way, garden fresh zucchini is truly versatile. These seeds are also 100% CERTIFIED USDA ORGANIC. Plant after danger of frost. 5 to 7 seeds per hill, thin to 3-4" or 2-3 plants per hill. Matures in 50 days.
Mammoth Table Queen is an acorn squash which grows on vines up to 8' long! Its flesh is sweet and yellow with dark green skin. This vegetable can be baked for a wonderful side dish with butter and brown sugar and can be stored up to 6 weeks.
Space saving Bush Zucchini is the perfect solution for smaller gardens. Bush Zucchini offers great flavors, high yields and disease resistance. Best flavor when harvested young. Use a sharp tool to allow easy removal from the vine.
Garden Tip: This is a great variety to use in container gardening.
Waltham Butternut is one of the most popular varieties of squash. Very uniform 8-10" fruits have thick, cylindrical necks and a very small seed cavity. Rind is a creamy tan, and the yellow-orange flesh has delicious sweet and nutty flavors. Heavy-yielding plant.
Garden Tip: Allow to remain on the vine until mature (skin will be hard).
This is a space saving variety that yields prolifically. Early Prolific can be steamed, stuffed, baked or used in salads. The yellow fruits have the best flavor when 4-7" in size. Deep orange flesh contains cancer-fighting beta carotene.
Garden Tip: Harvest when skins cannot be pierced with a fingernail.
Mammoth Table Queen is an excellent choice when selecting squash for your garden. This acorn type squash has dark green skin with sweet, yellow flesh that grows on 6 to 8 foot vines. The tasty fruits of this variety store 4 to 6 weeks. Can be baked for a wonderful side dish with butter and brown sugar.
Garden Tip: Harvest before frost when stem is dry.