Early White Patty Pan Summer Squash - Packet

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$2.50
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SKU
DL013898
A real beauty inside and out and a pure prize from garden to table, Early White Scallop summer squash never fails to win everyone over. Enchanting in appearance and sweet-as-can-be in flavor. Generous yielder. Easy grower. So much to love. Harvest young for best taste and texture. 45-60 days.
Plant Information
Never one to tell a lie, not even a little white one, Early White Scallop summer squash is one variety very true to its name. It's ready in as little as 45 days, is a beautiful bright white inside and out, and has a fun, fluted, scallop-like shape. So it is indeed a special squash when it comes to adding intrigue to your garden and flavor to your food. The bush-style plants produce generous yields of petite, scallop-shaped squash that's bright white with a hint of mint in color and punctuated by a greenish, golden stem. Looking at them straight on, you'd almost swear their daisies! The flesh inside is also white with a mild, buttery 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 Early White Scallop summer squash 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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SKU
DL013898
Ships To Canada
Yes
Ships As
Seed
Seed Life Cycle
Annuals
Row Spacing
3-6 feet
Seed Spacing
24-36 inches (3-4/hill)
Planting Depth
1-11/2 inches
Item Package Size
Packet
Space After Thinning
3-6 feet
Days To Maturity
45-60
Days To Germinate
5-10 days
Botanical Name
Cucurbita pepo
Additional Information
Introduced in 1842
How To Grow
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