Bush Scallop Summer Squash - Packet

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DL013896
Decorative on a plate, in the garden or simply in a bowl. The buttery yellow fruit is star shaped, giving them unique charm. Scoop out the center, fill with ricotta cheese and chopped chives, bake until soft. Plant in city or suburb, best when harvested when only three inches across. Prolific plants, be prepared to give extras away to friends and neighbors.
Plant Information
Named for its lovely color, growing style, and unique shape, Yellow Bush Scallop summer squash is an easy-to-grow, patty pan variety that's pretty in the garden and fun in the kitchen. The bush-style plants produce generous yields of petite, scallop-shaped squash that's vibrant yellow in color and punctuated by a bright green stem. The flesh inside is creamy and white and mildly nutty in flavor, making it a favorite for fresh eating as well as getting creative in the kitchen. Bake them, stuff them, roast them, grill them, or use them in casseroles, soups, and pasta dishes. The possibilities are endless, as is the growing season seemingly. You'll enjoy quite a prosperous crop when you plant Yellow Bush Scallop summer squash early in the spring, harvesting regularly to promote continued growth. Each squash can grow as large as 7 inches across, but can be rather tough and bitter at that size. That's why it's best to pick them about halfway to maturity (2-4 inches in diameter) to ensure you enjoy their optimal texture and flavor.
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SKUDL013896
Item Package Size
Packet
Weight Of Seeds Per Packet
0.12 oz
Seeds Per Packet
approx. 35 seeds per packet
Botanical Name
Cucurbita pepo
Light Requirements
Full Sun
Planting Depth
1-11/2 inches
Seed Spacing
24-36 inches (3-4/hill)
Row Spacing
3-6 feet
Space After Thinning
3-6 feet
Days To Germinate
5-10 days
Days To Maturity
45-60
Growth Rate
Fast
Tolerates
Heat
Certifications
Heirloom
Advantages
Edible
Additional Information
Landreth's Original, Introduced in 1800s
Ships As
Seed
Ships To Canada
Yes
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