Dark Star Tender Annual (50-55-day) An exciting new dark green open pollinated zucchini co-developed with California grower Bill Reynolds. Bred for dry farming conditions, the tall plants with smooth, spineless stalks have a large root system and continue producing over a long harvest period. If not dry farming, irrigate sparingly to keep the vigorous plants to a reasonable size. Has demonstrated some resistance to powdery mildew. Planting Depth: 1/2-1-inch, Soil Temperature for Germination: 70-85-Degree F, day to Germination: 3-8 Avg. Spacing: 2-4 seeds/foot in rows 36-40 in apart Avg. Seeding Rate: 8-12-pound./acre-day to Maturity: 50-55 Full Sun Moderate Water, 25 Seed Count.
Eight Ball Zucchini 25 Seeds
Dark green, shiny round zucchini. Open bush plant with a long picking period. For best flavor, harvest when fruit is 2-3″ diameter. AAS winner: All-America Selections winners are vegetable and flower varieties that have been tested by a network of independent judges who determined their garden performance was superior. Winners are chosen based on scores
Zucchini Tricolor Jade Gold and Emerald Seeds 20 Seeds
Renee’s has done it again, three varieties in the same package. With a natural vegetable dye telling you which is which you get three tastes and sizes. Pink seed is the Clarimore, creamy and tender. The green seed is the Raven Zucchini which sweet, steamed or sauteed. Finally the brown seed is Golden Dawn bringing
Zucchini Bush Baby Seeds
Bush Baby’s fruits are true miniatures and ready to harvest at 4-6″. At this stage they are more attractive and “proportional” than full-size zucchinis used as babies. Fruits are glossy and medium dark green with stripes. Semi-open plants are relatively easy to harvest.