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Yellow Bush Scallop Summer Squash
'Yellow Bush Scallop' summer squash plant.
Yellow Bush Scallop Summer Squash
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Yellow Bush Scallop
(Cucurbita pepo)

50 days — Bush-type plants that produce nice yields of scallop-shaped fruits with bright yellow skin. Use at the immature stage for mini vegetable or at any point thereafter. Creamy texture and very flavorful.  Each packet contains three grams, which is approximately 30 seeds.

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I planted these in my 2013 summer squash garden. Due to delayed summer temps. alot of my plants suffered. However these didn't. The seeds sprout pretty quickly and the plants are a nice size. I picked these thru October and they were quiet the conversation of the neighborhood-they call em space saucers! I used these for stirfrys, relishes, fresh eating, and I froze the rest for the winter. They make a wonderful bread mixed with the white bush squash and pecans. I will grow these again.
Reviewed by: rosemary kelley from Southern Illinois. on 1/3/2014
We had a fairly awful growing season here this year for just about everything, but these little guys did wonderfully, which surprised me. Also? Delicious. They are pretty to look at, which is nice, but man do they cook up well. They even taste good raw! Put a tiny bit of butter in a pan, maybe throw in a few leaves of thyme and then slice these squash up - Heaven in the mouth. The bushes don't take up much space and each one seems to grow quite a few squash.
Reviewed by: Meg Kirkpatrick from Seattle, WA. on 9/10/2011
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