A recent winner of the coveted All America award, this new squash has a different look that catches the eye. And wait until you try the smooth flesh, and sweet mild taste you will really fall in love. The compact plant produces fruit two weeks earlier than other squash in this class. And like the garden Ninja, Bossa Nova will be fighting the diseases problems of zucchini yellow virus, and watermelon mosaic virus – resistances that many other squash do not offer. 40 days
The productive semi-open plant produces smooth light-yellow fruits with curved neck, maturing to yellow with creamy white flesh. Pick fruits at 5 to 6 inches for best flavor. 49 days.
Sporting a light green exterior and 2-1/2 inch deep and 3-1/2 inch diameter, this semi-open bush habit plant produces heavy yields of fine textured fruit. 49 days
People love scallop squash that come in a variety of colors, and in particular this heirloom prized by Native Americans. The pale greenish-white fruit produce a fine flavored white flesh, that is 3 inches deep and 5 to 7 inches in diameter. Fruit can weigh up to 2.5 pounds. 50 days
Some zucchini varieties have spines that scratch your arms as you try to harvest the fruit. Not Spineless Beauty. Picking will be a breeze, and yields are impressive. The vigorous vines and proven adaptation will help you have the success that so many gardeners have enjoyed when growing Spineless Beauty. The dark green fruit are best harvested before they reach 8 ½ inches in length. 44 days
Scallop squash are highly prized when the fruit are small, particularly in expensive restaurants. Sunburst can be harvested as a baby squash or full size if you like. You will have tons of fun growing this yellow fruited marvel that sports a dark green blossom end. Buttery and nutty in flavor, squash lovers grow very fond of this delicious treat. Sunburst is an All America winner which ensures wide adaptability and superior performance. Plants continue to produce over a long period on vigorous compact plants. 55 days
Compact plants produce loads of zucchini fruit that are dark green and finely speckled. With intermediate resistance to powdery mildew, zucchini yellow mosaic virus, papaya ringspot virus, and watermelon mosaic virus, Dunja becomes your garden Ninja, fighting against disease pressure that quickly kills other squash. Don't go without your garden Ninja. Plant Dunja! 47 days