Scallop Early White Bush Squash Seed
Scallop Early White Bush (46 days)
First documentation we can find is a reference 1835 in New York where scallop white bush is said to be envogue at the time and popular in the New York Markets. Later it is mentioned by B.K. Bliss and son of New York in 1870.
Sometimes called "Patty Pan".
Flying saucer shaped fruits look like they will soon spin right out of your garden. Kids love the look of these great little squashes and makes it easier to get them to eat them. Scallop early white bush is born on productive bushes that bear all summer long if picked. Easy to grow and unbothered by most insects. Creamy, tasty texture makes these little squashes great for many dishes.
Patio or small urban growers might give this perfect little bushy squash a try. Try a couple in a wine barrel on your deck. They would be handy for the grill that is for sure.
Recommended by the Following State Universities or Ag Extension Offices as a variety that performs well for their region . CA, FL, TX