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Summer Squash- Yellow Crookneck

Tender lemon-yellow fruits. Signature bent fruit are best harvested at 5-6" long or smaller for best flavor and texture. This strain has been selected for yield, shape, and quality. If left to overgrow, can be used for a dark yellow, warty ornamental gourd. Heirloom.

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Zucchini- Dark Green Zucchini

Vigorous variety produces good yields of straight, smooth fruits. Abundant yields of lightly mottled dark green fruits. Pale greenish-white, firm flesh. Heirloom

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Zucchini, Italian- Pantheon

Classic Costata Romanesco appearance but superior uniformity, higher yielding, and easier to harvest. Improved upright bush habit with reduced spines. Firm flower attachment and attractive, glossy fruit. Blossoms bear a mild, squash-like flavor and are great stuffed and fried, or sliced for use in soups, omelets, salads, and pasta dishes. Hybrid.

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Zucchini- Noche

High yielding, spineless plant with dark green fruits. Noche produces attractive, dark green, cylindrical zucchinis which are easy to harvest due to its open habit with short spines. Disease resistances keep the plant healthy and bearing over a long period. Intermediate resistance to watermelon mosaic virus and zucchini yellow mosaic virus. Hybrid.

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Zucchini, Yellow- Golden Glory

Spineless yellow zucchini with excellent yields. Open habit and few spines make it easy to harvest blemish-free fruit. Excellent disease resistance keeps the plant productive over a long season. Bright yellow fruits with solid green stems. Intermediate resistance to powdery mildew, watermelon mosaic virus, and zucchini yellow mosaic virus. Hybrid.

Browse the Torch Lake Co-op Spring Plant Catalog here! Orders open in our online store on Earth Day, April 22nd. This catalog lookbook is intended to inspire you and help you plan your garden spaces.

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