Summer Squash Varyete
Summer Squashes are distinctive from all other squashes because they are eaten when they are immature. They grow on either vines or bushes with large leaves that are hairy underneath. They have smooth, edible skin, flesh that varies from light to dark green or yellow, and seeds that are soft and edible. Typical types of summer squash are yellow crookneck, yellow straightneck, zucchini, and scallop.
A classic, dark green open pollinated zucchini that is bush-type, early, and productive.
Early Prolific Straightneck
An open-pollinated yellow summer squash that is early producing and bushing.