Golden Zucchini Squash Seed

Golden Zucchini Squash Seed

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Golden Zucchini Squash Seed (57 days)

Golden zucchini was introduced in the 1973 by the W. Atlee Burppee seed company. 

Golden Zucchini is a compact bush type plant that is perfect for those with limited space in their gardens.

It is a prolific producer of dazzling gold zucchinis that can grow over 10", but are tastiest when eaten at this size or smaller.  This also encourages more fruit to grow. 

TIP  Always have too many squash?  Don't forget deep fried squash blossoms are VERY tasty and can cost as much as $15 a blossom in fine eating establishments.  SQUASH BLOSSOM RECIPES

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1" 90-110 75-90 3-10 48" 24-36" 100 lb. Full

Planting Tips For Heirloom Summer Squash Seeds:

Heirloom summer squash are warm weather crops, as the name implies and the germination temperature verifies.  Only plant once the soil temperature warms to at least 70 degrees.  Mounding up small hills will create the right soil consistancy and allow the soil to warm quicker.  Mix in a shovelful of compost with handfulls of bone meal and wood ash to create the perfect soil environment for these heirloom seeds.

Plant 3-6 heirloom squash seeds per hill.  Once they have shown true leaves and grown in size, you should thin out to the 3 strongest plants.  Remember, harvest these summer squash continually in order to keep the plant producing.

Seed Care tips for Heirloom Summer Squash:

Heirloom seeds are hardy but always take care with your garden seeds to give them the appropriate amount of moisture - not letting the vegetable seeds dry out prematurely or overwatering and possibly having them rot.


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