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Here is the Golden Scallop Bush Squash, Cucurbita pepo. This is a Here is the Golden Scallop Bush Squash, Cucurbita pepo. This is a French heirloom squash that very much looks like a scallop and often referred to as a Patty-Pan type! This squash is a non vineing type which grows like a zucchini plant but can grow to 3 or 4 feet long on the ground with as many as 12 fruits per plant. Fruits get to around 4 to 5 inches across. They make a beautiful yellow fruit that has a creamy flavor and is eaten like any other squash. It is considered a summer squash but can be a winter squash as well. We find them great mashed or roasted on the grill. Seeds are great roasted as well. Open pollinated, 60 to 70 days.

Golden Scallop Bush Squash

SKU: 6706-6
  • Quantity 6 seeds

    6 seeds

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    Summer and winter squash grow quickly to maturity within 50 days, so quick seed germination isn't really an issue. Winter squashes, on the other hand, need a long, warm growing season. Getting them started as quickly as possible ensures enough time for an ample harvest. When given enough warmth and moisture, squash seeds emerge within 6 to 12 days.

    • Direct sow summer squash in the garden in spring after all danger of frost has passed and the soil has warmed to 70°F (21°C). In warm-winter regions, sow squash in midwinter for harvest in early summer.<