Semi-spineless vines 1-2 ft. tall, 3-3 1/2 ft. wide bear huge crops of dark green fruits. Small seed cavity. 50 DAYS. 1 oz. of summer squash seeds contains about 225 seeds and sows a 100-ft. row. If the current shipping season is closed, your order will ship at the proper time in the next season.
Grows large but tastes best picked immature at 4-8 in. Greenish-black skin and mild-flavored white flesh.
Latin name: Cucurbita spp. GB Cultural info: HW / Matures 7-10 / Harvest 17+ / Yield 35-475/ Spacing 15/ Area 25 Days to Maturity: 42-50 Seed code: O Seeds per pkt: 25 Description: 50 days. Bush. Classic dark green zucchini looks and flavor, but with an added bonus. Dark Star is the result of organic growers working together to grow an open-pollinated heirloom-type zucchini that could outdo the modern hybrids. The result is a zucchini with great performance in cooler soils and marginal conditions, along with a big root system that goes deep to find water and resist drought. After…
Enjoy even bigger harvests of big, delicious zucchini! Saves on space with compact vines producing unmatched fruit quality with mild flavor and firm texture. 47 DAYS. 1 oz. of summer squash seeds contains about 225 seeds and sows a 100-ft. row. If the current shipping season is closed, your order will ship at the proper time in the next season.
Plentiful yields on spineless vines. Dark green fruits have mild flavor and creamy texture, especially if picked young. Sets well all season. Space-saving 30-in. vines. 42 DAYS. 1 oz. of summer squash seeds contains about 225 seeds and sows a 100-ft. row. If the current shipping season is closed, your order will ship at the proper time in the next season.
Noche produces dark green cylindrical zucchinis which are easy to harvest due to the open spineless plant. Fruits are more attractive than Plato, which it replaces. Disease resistances keep the plant healthy and bearing over a long period. Avg. 2,900 seeds/lb. Packet: 30 seeds.
Sultan has changed its name, and is now available as organic seeds! Partenon is the very same zucchini with medium dark green fruits. For field or greenhouse production. Indoor crops must be irrigated regularly for uniform, cylindrical fruit. Plants are parthenocarpic and will set fruit in the greenhouse without being pollinated. Easy to harvest, open plant. Organically grown. Avg. 3,200 seeds/lb. Mini: 10 seeds. Packet: 30 seeds.
Fruits are shiny dark green, similar to , and just as early. Plants are open and easy to harvest and have Intermediate resistance to zucchini yellow mosaic virus, watermelon mosaic, and cucumber mosaic virus. Can be grown in the open field or the greenhouse provided bees are available to pollinate the crop. Avg. 3,000 seeds/lb. Packet: 30 seeds.
Darker green skin contains higher levels of lutein, a highly effective antioxidant. Open plants are high-yielding, producing glossy, smooth, cylindrical fruit. Concentrated fruit set, so plan for multiple plantings. Packet: 30 seeds.
A prolific yielder of attractive, glossy, cylindrical fruits that are easy to pick due to the nearly spineless plant. Compared with , Safari is more slender. Makes a nice display with . Avg. 3,500 seeds/lb. Packet: 30 seeds.
Attractive, straight fruits are borne on a spineless, open plant which makes harvesting easy. Multiple disease resistances keep the plants bearing over an extended period. Replaces . Avg. 4,500 seeds/lb. Packet: 30 seeds.
This hybrid is the best-looking, best tasting zucchini we've seen or tasted. The 8" cylindrical fruits are beautifully and boldly striped.
This zucchini just won’t quit. Our best-selling zuke for over 40 years—thanks to excellent vigor, earliness, and exceptionally heavy yields. Medium-green, tender skinned fruits on compact, bush-type plants. Best when picked 6-8" long.
Bright yellow fruits have white flesh with firm texture and sweet, nutty flavor. Prolific plants with single-stem habit, have a long harvest period. Butterstick hybrid produces a yellow straight-neck squash on a zucchini type plant. Proven tops for performance, flavor and wide adaptability. Burpee bred. Ready to harvest starting in just 50 days. GARDEN HINTS: After danger of frost, sow 3-4 seeds in groups 3-4 ft apart or sow 6" apart in rows, later thinning to 18" apart. Grow in full sun.
Summer type cylindrical, smooth, deep blackish-green, straight to slightly curved fruits. Creamy white, tender flesh freezes well. Plants are bush-like and vigorous. All-America Winner. Ready for harvest 57 days after seed is sown. GARDEN HINTS: Fruits are best when 8-9 in. long. Cultivate or mulch to control weeds. Fertilize when fruits form to increase yield.
This Burpee zucchini bears fruit early in cool, cloudy conditions even when there are no bees or male flowers around. Its medium-size fruits are long and very tasty. Strongest flavor, good with other vegetables. 48 days.
All zucchini were not created equal! Sweet Zuke's nutty flavor is tasty both cooked and fresh. Heavy yields of cylindrical fruits on bush-type plants. Burpee exclusive. Summer squash and zucchini ripen early and are highly productive. The bush type plants take little space. After danger of frost, sow 3-4 seeds in groups 3-4 ft apart or sow 6" apart in rows, later thinning to 3 ft apart. 25 seeds per packet unless noted, sows 6-8 groups. One ounce sows 40-50 groups.
British-bred bushy plants produce round, dark green fruits with paler stripes. Smaller fruits may be picked to use raw in salads or whole for kebobs. The mature larger fruits are ideal for stuffing. Virtually spine-free stems and foliage make for easy picking. 55 days.
Attractive fruits are a flecked medium green and cylindrical. Widely adapted. High yielding, semi-open bush. Resistant to zucchini mosaic, watermelon mosaic race 2, and papaya ringspot viruses. Order 2973T (Treated) or 2973 (Untreated). Packet: 30 seeds.
Attractive fruits are a flecked medium green and cylindrical. High yielding, semi-open bush. Resistant to zucchini mosaic, watermelon mosaic race 2, and papaya ringspot viruses. Packet: 30 seeds.
50 days. If you love Park's Sable Beauty (and who doesn't?), here is a Certified Organic alternative with the same ultra-dark skin, creamy-tender flesh, and scrumptious bite. Packed with nutrition, this fruit is best picked at about 6 to 8 inches long, when it is at its succulent peak.Black Beauty arises abundantly on semi-upright, open-habit plants that simplify harvest and keep you scratch- and puncture-free. The Squash ripens during the hot summer months and, thin-skinned, is best eaten fresh. Sow seeds 1 inch deep directly into the garden after the danger of frost is past. Thin the seedlings to 24…
43 days. Love Zucchini but just don't have the space for those big, sprawling plants? Raven Hybrid is the answer -- a truly compact variety that improves every stage of the process, from saving space in the garden to simplifying harvest with spineless fruit to delighting your taste buds with fruit much meatier and more flavorful than older varieties!These deep green fruits reach 7 or 8 inches long and about 2 inches in diameter, and arise very abundantly all over plants just 2 feet high and 3 feet wide. And you can harvest them with the gloves off -- the…
50 days. Gold-on-yellow fruits are ready to harvest when just 4 inches long, but you can let them get much larger on these heavy-bearing plants! Unbeatable for plate appeal, this British-bred zucchini arises on spineless stems, very uniform and so prolific.The flowers are edible, and even the leaves sport handsome golden marks! Dress up the veggie patch with this delicious "courgette"! Pkt is 20 seeds.
Latin name: Cucurbita pepo GB Cultural info: HW / Matures 7-10 / Harvest 17+ / Yield 35-475/ Spacing 15/ Area 50 Seed code: C Seeds per pkt: 25 Description: Mottled green leaves. 2.5” diameter. light green globes with creamy-yellow solid flesh. Strong, productive bushy plant.
We planted this variety for our spring garden 2017 here in San Antonio, Texas. A lot of our cantaloupes started out with a pronounced curve on the flower end and going for about 2 inches. The flesh was sweet but on the curved part there was no flesh to eat. What caused this? Mary W.