Summer Squash & Zucchini

Please refer to Summer Squash & Zucchini Cultural Notes for growing information.
The species is given for each variety. See our Species Guide.

Packet: 3-4 g (approximately 25-60 seeds, average 35 seeds).




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Benning's Green Tint Summer Squash 4 g

Benning's Green Tint Summer Squash 4 g

(C. pepo) 52 days. [~1914] One of the most beautiful and hardy varieties of Patty Pan squash. Saucer-shaped fruits with scalloped edges and pale-green, fine-textured flesh of good flavor. Harvest when small. Pkt.
$2.35

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Cocozelle Italian Summer Squash 3 g

Cocozelle Italian Summer Squash 3 g

(C. pepo) 59 days. [Pre-1934] This Italian zucchini is long and cylindrical. Young fruits are dark green with light-green stripes and the flesh is greenish-white and firm. Fruits grow 10-12 in. long and become yellow when mature, but best quality when harvested at 6-8 in. long. Pkt.
$2.75

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Costata Romanesca Summer Squash 28 g

Costata Romanesca Summer Squash 28 g

(C. pepo) 62 days. This Italian heirloom zucchini is favored for flavor. Fruits remain tender even at 18 in.; best picked at 12 in. Heavily ribbed fruits are striped with alternating light and dark green shades. Hardy vines grow larger than other summer squash.
$8.50

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Costata Romanesca Summer Squash 3 g

Costata Romanesca Summer Squash 3 g

(C. pepo) 62 days. This Italian heirloom zucchini is favored for flavor. Fruits remain tender even at 18 in.; best picked at 12 in. Heavily ribbed fruits are striped with alternating light and dark green shades. Hardy vines grow larger than other summer squash. Pkt.
$2.75

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Early Golden Summer Crookneck Summer Squash 3 g

Early Golden Summer Crookneck Summer Squash 3 g

(Early Yellow Summer Crookneck, Dwarf Summer Crookneck) (C. pepo) 50 days. [Native American variety dating to before European contact. It was commonly grown in Appalachia.] Picked at 5-6 in., the fruit is a bright golden yellow with a curved neck, creamy white flesh, and excellent...
$2.95

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Early Prolific Straightneck Summer Squash 4 g

Early Prolific Straightneck Summer Squash 4 g

(C. pepo) 48 days. [1938, AAS winner.] Straight, lemon-yellow, slightly club-shaped fruits. Harvest small, when 3-7 in. long. Quality of the flesh is excellent. Plants are very vigorous, hardy, and productive. Pkt.
$2.50

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Early Prolific Straightneck Summer Squash 28 g

Early Prolific Straightneck Summer Squash 28 g

(C. pepo) 48 days. [1938, AAS winner.] Straight, lemon-yellow, slightly club-shaped fruits. Harvest small, when 3-7 in. long. Quality of the flesh is excellent. Plants are very vigorous, hardy, and productive. (28 g)
$5.50

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Early White Bush Scallop Summer Squash 3 g

Early White Bush Scallop Summer Squash 3 g

(White Patty Pan) (C. pepo) 54 days. [Pre-1722] White-fleshed fruits are whitish-green ripening to white. Fruits average 6-7 in. in diameter by 3 in. tall. Very productive. Pkt.
$2.25

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Golden Bush Scallop Summer Squash 3 g

Golden Bush Scallop Summer Squash 3 g

(C. pepo) 68 days. Golden-yellow, plump, Patty-Pan fruits on space-saving bush plants. Prolific and hardy, the plants bear continuously over a long season. Downy mildew resistant. Harvest fruits when 4-5 in. across. Use boiled, fried or stir-fried. Matures 2 weeks later than other...
$2.75

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Golden Bush Scallop Summer Squash 28 g

Golden Bush Scallop Summer Squash 28 g

(C. pepo) 68 days. Golden-yellow, plump, Patty-Pan fruits on space-saving bush plants. Prolific and hardy, the plants bear continuously over a long season. Downy mildew resistant. Harvest fruits when 4-5 in. across. Use boiled, fried or stir-fried. Matures 2 weeks later than other...
$8.50

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Lemon Squash 3 g

Lemon Squash 3 g

50 days. Bright yellow fruits look like lemons! Very prolific. Delicious when eaten young while the skin is tender and the seeds are small. Tasty and attractive for farmers markets as well as the home garden. Good pest resistance: plants are more likely to outlast the bugs and sprawl a bit.
$2.95

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Tromboncino Summer Squash 28 g

Tromboncino Summer Squash 28 g

(C. moschata) 80 days. [Italian heirloom] Light green fruits grow long, curving to a bell at one end. Vining plants can be grown on a trellis. Harvest at 8-10 in. long when the flavor is fine and sweet. Vigorous moschata plants can bear all season in areas where insects are a problem for...
$8.50

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Tromboncino Summer Squash 3 g

Tromboncino Summer Squash 3 g

(C. moschata) 80 days. [Italian heirloom] Light green fruits grow long, curving to a bell at one end. Vining plants can be grown on a trellis. Harvest at 8-10 in. long when the flavor is fine and sweet. Vigorous moschata plants can bear all season in areas where insects are a problem for...
$2.75

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Yellow Crookneck Summer Squash 4 g

Yellow Crookneck Summer Squash 4 g

(C. pepo) 55 days. [~1700] Yellow, bulb-shaped fruit with a narrow, curved neck. Skin becomes bumpy and warted on large fruits. Best eaten when fruits are no longer than 6 in. A consistently popular variety. Pkt.
$2.50

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Yellow Crookneck Summer Squash 28 g

Yellow Crookneck Summer Squash 28 g

(C. pepo) 55 days. [~1700] Yellow, bulb-shaped fruit with a narrow, curved neck. Skin becomes bumpy and warted on large fruits. Best eaten when fruits are no longer than 6 in. A consistently popular variety. (28 g)
$5.50

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Zucchini, Black Beauty Summer Squash 4 g

Zucchini, Black Beauty Summer Squash 4 g

(C. pepo) 48 days. [1957, AAS Winner.] Fruits are dark green, turning black green as fruit matures. Plants are semi-spineless, semi-upright, with an open growth habit. Flesh is white with small seed cavity. Freezes well. Note: Our observations over several seasons indicate that Black...
$2.75

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Zucchini, Dark Green Summer Squash 4 g

Zucchini, Dark Green Summer Squash 4 g

(C. pepo) 50 days. Mottled dark green fruits with pale green flesh. A vigorous, productive bush variety with early concentrated yields. Pkt.
$2.75

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Zucchini, Grey (Tender Grey) Summer Squash 3 g

Zucchini, Grey (Tender Grey) Summer Squash 3 g

(C. pepo) 42 days. Small to medium zucchini, often still tender at 18 in., with gray-green mottled skin. Small-seeded with extended keeping quality. Long harvest period. Excellent flavor and texture; we’ve added “Tender Grey” to the name to try to get this deserving variety some more...
$2.95

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