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Benning's Green Tint Scallop Summer Squash
'Benning's Green Tint Scallop' summer squash.
Benning's Green Tint Scallop Summer Squash
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Benning's Green Tint Scallop
(Cucurbita pepo)

55 days — An old variety dating to about 1914. A beautiful "Patty Pan-type" strain. The fruits are a gray-green color, scallop-shaped and best harvested at three inches in diameter. Bush-type plants.   Each packet contains three grams, which is approximately 30 seeds.

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Couldn't hold up to the squash bugs
Despite my daily best efforts, I couldn't stay ahead of the squash bug eggs on this variety, and it failed pretty spectacularly while other cultivars held up for a while -- "Caserta" is my recommendation. However, I'll be trying it again as I'd love to get a patty pan. The local advice is to plant after June to avoid peak breeding time for pests -- I will try that and report back in another review!
Reviewed by: Chelsea Clarey from Update, SC. on 3/15/2017
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