The straight, slender fruits of this summer squash have firm, flavorful, nearly white flesh. The plants are easy-to-grow, mature quickly and produce many fruits. Use them raw or cooked and they freeze well when sliced or cubed.
Beans, corn, icicle radishes, cucumber, melon, mint, onions and pumpkins are great companion plants for squash. Marigolds, nasturtium and oregano will provide some pest protection. Squash and potatoes should not be planted together.
Germ: 5-10 days
Maturity: 55-65 days
Net Wt. per Packet: 3 grams
Approximate Seed Count: 24 Seeds/Packet