This distinctive zucchini is medium gray-green, with pale green flecks and prominent ribs. Big, large-leafed bush with only about half the yield of hybrids, but much better flavor; clearly better textured, nutty, and delicious, raw or cooked. Also a good producer of heavy male blossom buds for cooking.
Great tasting, high quality gray Zucchini squash. Yields are very good; flesh is firm, mild and very tasty. Grey Zucchini has been a favorite of vegetable gardeners since the 1950’s.
'Bursting at the seams' production wise, deliciously flavored with no hint of bitterness and starts cropping early and then throughout the summer. Very attractive mid green fruit produced in 'bunches'.
The shape, size and color of a lemon; it grows great here, has huge yields and the best resistance to insects I have seen in a summer squash. Very tasty, great fried! A favorite, this is a superb market variety and is very attractive.
The stunning, pure white scallop with deep green radial streaks. Small fruit may not show streaking, and it can be variable. Its delicious flesh is great fried or baked. A real treat for both taste and visual appeal; a pre-1885 French heirloom.
Italian heirloom ball squash. These are a rich, dark green color, round-shaped and very flavorful; perfect for home or markets. Vigorous plants produce well.
Yellow summer squash is a type of yellow-coloured summer squash. It is also known as straightneck squash to distinguish it from its close relative, the yellow crookneck squash. It has mildly sweet and watery flesh, and thin tender skins that can be left on the fruit for many different recipes.
A very ancient native American heirloom squash, grown by the northern Indians for hundreds of years. This type was depicted by Europeans back to 1591, and one of the best tasting and yielding varieties still around today! Great fried and baked. Flat fruit with scalloped edges-beautiful!